Advanced Online TV and Film Writing Workshop

(LB UPDATE 06/02/22) Sorry – very sorry indeed – but while working with so many talented new writers over the past 20+ years has been a wonderful experience, at 77 years of age I’ve just plain run out of steam. Thank you all for the wonderful moments and memories – and, whatever else you do or don’t do, keep writing!

For writers who know the basics about storytelling (characterization, structure, dialog) and are looking for a place to work on full-length TV and/or film scripts, the TVWriter™ Advanced Online Workshop fits the bill.

This is a 4 week class, and you’re expected to write 10 to 15 pages a week to be analyzed in each Audio-Video Chat Room Meeting. At each meeting Larry Brody and your classmates will give you their thoughts (“notes” sounds too unforgiving, don’t you think?) on how to improve what you’ve written, and it’s your option to either rewrite the pages for the next meeting or forge on and do the whole rewrite later.

The Advanced Workshop meets one night a week (usually but not always Wednesday nights). The meetings start at 6:00 PM Pacific/8:00 PM Central/9:00 PM Eastern time and last about an hour and a half.

The Advanced Workshop is continuously recycling, with 4 weeks on, 1 week off, then 4 on again, ad infinitum – except for the usual disasters and of course Christmas Vacation.

To determine if you qualify, LB will need to see a sample of your work. To set that up,  E-MAIL LB HERE.

The next TVWriter™ Advanced Online Workshop – our 172nd! – starts Wednesday, February 17th. Enrollment is limited to 4 students, and right now only 1 space remains. Get the process rolling now!

Our price? A mere $140.


After you’ve received Larry Brody’s approval, please pay online by clicking on the credit card payment icon below:


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