SOULFUL SCREENWRITING: AN EMPOWERING INTERACTIVE WORKSHOP SERIES
Explore the soul of a screenplay and yourself as the writer:
Tuesdays – January 5, 12, 19, 26, February 2
4:30-6:30pm Pacific / 7:30-9:30pm Eastern
In this empowering 5-week interactive workshop, participants receive a big running start toward beginning a project from scratch or rewriting a current screenplay effectively.
We discuss crucial dramatic ingredients along with common screenwriting pitfalls and creative writing exercises and tools for solving them.
Each session includes one or two writing exercises culled from several of the Now Write! books to help you get out of your own way, get creative juices flowing, and benefit your screen stories.
This intimate workshop is a safe space to talk about your work – limited to 10 participants.
Soulful Screenwriting was designed by Laurie Lamson, a produced award-winning screenwriter, screenplay consultant, 4-year telecon host for International Screenwriters’ Association and author/editor of three Now Write! anthologies.
Secure your spot:
Eventbrite: $150 including fees
Venmo through December 31, 2020: $135 – Venmo to @Laurie-Lamson
What people are saying:
“Your exercises have proven very helpful! It’s a good reminder to me, to keep taking workshops because there will always be new ways of looking at things. Thanks so much for a beneficial and thought-provoking workshop.”
– Lise P., award-winning screenwriter and co-founder of San Antonio Screenwriters’ Guild (two-time attendee)
“Want you to know that I really appreciated the course! I know I’ve got a way to go to truly become a deeply “soulful” screenwriter, and I now feel like I can at least imagine that possibility.”
– David S., musician, music educator, developing a webseries
“I enjoyed the workshops; they helped me figure out some basic plot points for my next screenplay.”
– Patty S., screenwriter, top 10 percent in many notable screenwriting contests, co-founder San Antonio Screenwriters’ Guild, rock singer
“Had a blast! Very valuable information. “
– James B. – writer, improv comedian (two-time attendee)
“I really enjoyed your class – and it also helped me from an actor’s perspective, because as you know, we always have to dig around for our characters’ motivation.”