TV Writing 202

Have a true life story you’ve been wanting to bring to life but not sure where to start? Or have one that needs to be strengthened and developed so it can have more potential for distribution? In this class we explore the process and art of crafting compelling stories based on true life events in a way that can increase potential to reach an audience. Based on your writing sample submission you may be placed in this class or a 101 class to set the right foundation for bringing your story to life.

Acceptance in this program requires submission of a writing sample. Please do so by registering now. 1. Submit the registration form to your right now. 2. Pay the registration fee. This is not the cost of the class, but a placement and evaluation fee. 3. Submit a writing sample. 4. Hold your spot by paying the course fee.

Notes

This course has pre-requisites including a completed script and placement evaluation.

REGISTER NOW:

Fall session registration is open now. Weeknight or Saturday class options available for this 10 week session. Step #3 includes opportunity to apply for financial aid or to sponsor someone.

HOW TO REGISTER:

1. Submit a writing sample and pay the registration fee. This is not the cost of the class, but a placement and evaluation fee. *Screenwriting 101 is the only class that does not require a writing sample. However, submitting one will help us in evaluating how we can best help you with the development of your writing skills. Unsure of what to submit? Have questions? Feel free to contact us.

2. Wait for a confirmation on what class level you should start with. Our goal is to help you become the best you can be so placement is important. Feel free to contact us if you have questions or for some reason didn’t hear back from us within 24 hours.

3. Apply for financial aid (if applicable).

4. Hold your spot by paying the course fee.

Looking for help in bringing to life your story? Complete script writing and development is available. Please contact us for further information. Union and non-union writers are available. Rates vary greatly depending on credits, and previous distribution.