Are you working on a screenplay or want to get started on you? Would you like input from industry professionals on your screenplay idea?
Are you an author who would like to learn to adapt your books to film?
Whether you’re a screenwriter, a novelist or a producer, there has never been a more exciting time to try to get your foot in the door in television and film. But it all begins on the page – with a terrific screenplay or teleplay.
After a successful fall workshop, authors and screenwriters Steven Barnes and Tananarive Due (WGA) are offering an online screenwriting workshop Jan. 10-31 to help you whip your project into shape. For the next 48 hours, you can register for the early-bird fee of only $250.(Until midnight PST Friday, Dec. 12.) Then our Christmas rate is $300 until Dec. 24th. Regular registration if $350–so save $100 by registering now. Space is limited.
Here’s what one of our writers said midway through our fall workshop: “I want to thank you and Steve for an incredible experience thus far. I have truly learned a lot…..and I went to FILM SCHOOL!”
One 30-minute personal phone consultation with Steven Barnes or Tananarive Due
Notes on 10 pages of your screenplay and treatment/outline. (Choose whether to receive notes at the start of the workshop, during, or at the end of the workshop.)
Four weekly hour-long video Google Hangouts sessions with instructors Steven Barnes and Tananarive Due
College-level syllabus with outside viewing and reading
A guest appearance by an industry professional to answer your questions
Peer review from other screenwriters in the workshop
Here’s what the workshop requires:
Registration fee ($250 early-bird / $300 regular / $350 late) SPACE IS LIMITED)
An existing screenplay or a screenplay idea you can outline
RECOMMENDED TEXTBOOK: Story by Robert McKee
Willingness to participate in peer review with other workshop members
Internet access for one-hour weekly Google Hangouts lectures / discussion
Who are the instructors?
New York Times bestseller Steven Barnes has written more than twenty-five science fiction, fantasy, and horror novels. His “Stitch in Time” episode of “The Outer Limits” won an Emmy. The NAACP Image Award winner also has written for “The New Twilight Zone,” “StarGate,” Andromeda,” and “Ben 10.” He has been nominated for written for Hugo, Nebula and Cable Ace Awards. In 2013, he and his wife, Tananarive Due, co-wrote and co-produced the short film “Danger Word,” based on their novel,Devil’s Wake. He and Due recently sold a cable TV adaptation–details soon!
Tananarive Due, a member of the Writer’s Guild of America (WGA), has been named to the Grio100 and Ebony Power 100. The Essence bestseller and NAACP Image Award winner has also won an American Book Award for The Living Blood. She recently received a Lifetime Achievement Award in the Fine Arts from the Congressional Black Caucus. She is the former Cosby Chair in the Humanities at Spelman College. In addition to co-producing and co-writing the short film “Danger Word” with Steven Barnes, she currently has several book projects under option. She and Barnes recently sold a cable TV adaptation of one of her ovels–details soon!