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     - Write a truly great screenplay.
     - Get an agent or manager.
     - Make deals with producers.
     - Make your first...or tenth deal in this industry.
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If you ask most people about what the ending is supposed to do, you'll likely hear the words "wrap it up."  Without a doubt, that is a very basic r...

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ScreenwritingU Alum Drew Foerster (ProSeries 17, MSC 1) has his teen comedy SEVEN TEDLY SINS optioned by Producer

ScreenwritingU Alum Isabel Holtreman Baldree (ProSeries35, MSC 2)  has been hired to do a rewrite by producer Vahe' Mansourian. of Lucine Distribution.

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Upcoming Classes

03/30/15 to 04/30/15
Ever had a movie change your life?  If so, you know that it is possible for someone to write a profound screenplay...  
04/6/15 to 04/15/15

If you’re like most screenwriters, you’re likely confused about subtext. You know you need it in your script. You may be able to recognize it in a professional screenplay.

04/20/15 to 05/3/15

How do you get a producer, agent, manager, or A-list actor to fall in love with your characters? Learn the 9 Actor Attractors!

05/4/15 to 05/13/15

Advertisers say "sex sells," but in the movie business, many readers, producers, actors enjoy good comedy more than sex in screenplays.