I hope you are having a terrific summer!
A number of my students have decided this is the summer they want to finally finish (and sell!) their screenplay, so I have decided to send out as many tips, exercises and opportunities I can to help them along the way.
For my first email, I will discuss two different intensive programs available to writers. There’s a lot of information in here, so you might want to print it out to make sure you don’t miss anything.
I’m happy to announce I will be presenting a FOUR-PART WEBINAR on Tuesday, July 14th, July 21st, July 28th and August 4th, 2009 on the basics of screenwriting using The Four Magic Questions of Screenwriting, with a Q & A following each hour of instruction.
The cost of the 4 sessions is just $150 and includes:
*A copy of THE FOUR MAGIC QUESTIONS OF SCREENWRITING, which will be sent electronically to the registrants (valued at $29.97).
*A FREE never-before-released movie breakdown (valued at $19.97).
*FULL ACCESS to Marilyn’s private movie breakdown collection.
*An invitation to a FREE MONTHLY LIVE TELESEMINAR hosted by Marilyn Horowitz, where she will personally teach you how to use THE FOUR MAGIC QUESTIONS OF SCREENWRITING
*A personal twenty-minute phone script consultation (valued at $150). The consultations will be arranged individually through Marilyn’s office.
I only have 6 spots left in the four-part class, so if you are interested (the first class starts on Tuesday, July 14th!) just put MARILYN’S MAILING LIST where it asks for your WIFTI CHAPTER & Address.
HOME STUDY COURSE
If you are unable to participate in the four-part class, I have put-together a HOME VERSION of The Four Magic Questions of Screenwriting, which includes everything you’ll need to use the system on your own, including:
– The Book
– The Crash Course DVD
– 2 Audio Seminars
– 5-Part Audio Course
– And much more…
It has helped my students take months (and drafts) off their process and I know it will do the same for you.
I will do my best to send out more updates on what’s available to screenwriters during the next few days and weeks of the summer. As always, I look forward to updates on your progress.
Good luck and happy writing,