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Sixty Second Script School: The 30-Day Screenplay

Learn How to Create Your Original TV Concept, Pitch Your TV Show, Write Your TV Show Treatment, Write Your TV Show Pilot, Rewrite Your Pilot, and Learn How to Become a Professional Screenwriter in 30 Days!

Sixty Second Script School: The 30-Day Screenplay

Learn How to Create Your Original TV Concept, Pitch Your TV Show, Write Your TV Show Treatment, Write Your TV Show Pilot, Rewrite Your Pilot, and Learn How to Become a Professional Screenwriter in 30 Days!
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Learn How to Create Your Original TV Concept & Pitch Your TV Show
Trivia Question: How can you find inspiration? A. Daydream B. Swim C. Watch TV D. All of the Above Answer: D
Trivia Question: True or False: The creative executive is buying you just as much as they're buying your concept? Answer: True
Trivia Question: What are the 4 Essential Elements in every logline? Answer: Character, Conflict, Originality and the World
Trivia Question: What are the 7 Major Genres? Answer: Drama, Comedy, Action, Horror, Romance, Crime, Fantasy
Trivia Question: What Disneyland ride did Stuart Beattie go on that inspired an entire movie franchise? Answer: Pirates of the Caribbean
Trivia Question: What was the title of Jamie Reidy's memoir? Answer: Hard Sell
Trivia Question: True or False: You should sign up for the full version of Sixty Second Script School: The 30-Day Screenplay Today? Answer: True!
Sign-up for the full version of Sixty Second Script School: The 30-Day Screenplay Today!
Sign-up for the full version of Sixty Second Script School: The 30-Day Screenplay Today!
Sign-up for the full version of Sixty Second Script School: The 30-Day Screenplay Today!

This course is designed to educate students on the process of writing for television. Students begin by creating a concept for a television series and developing it through the outline, pitch, first draft, re-write, and final product: a polished pilot script ready to take to agents, producers, studios, and networks. The course goal is to learn how to write an effective and compelling pilot and the emphasis is placed on complex characterization, structure, story, and the potential for future episodes and seasons. Students gain an in-depth understanding of the marketplace and where their series concept may be best suited. The ability to create an effective outline, pilot and pitch is a critical skill for the professional writer. So sign up today and take one step closer to Writing for Television!

Requirements

There are no requirements although Screenwriting Software is encouraged. 95% of the Entertainment Industry uses Final Draft.

Learn How to Create Your Original TV Concept & Pitch Your TV Show
Trivia Question: How can you find inspiration? A. Daydream B. Swim C. Watch TV D. All of the Above Answer: D
Trivia Question: True or False: The creative executive is buying you just as much as they're buying your concept? Answer: True
Trivia Question: What are the 4 Essential Elements in every logline? Answer: Character, Conflict, Originality and the World
Trivia Question: What are the 7 Major Genres? Answer: Drama, Comedy, Action, Horror, Romance, Crime, Fantasy
Trivia Question: What Disneyland ride did Stuart Beattie go on that inspired an entire movie franchise? Answer: Pirates of the Caribbean
Trivia Question: What was the title of Jamie Reidy's memoir? Answer: Hard Sell
Trivia Question: True or False: You should sign up for the full version of Sixty Second Script School: The 30-Day Screenplay Today? Answer: True!
Sign-up for the full version of Sixty Second Script School: The 30-Day Screenplay Today!
Sign-up for the full version of Sixty Second Script School: The 30-Day Screenplay Today!
Sign-up for the full version of Sixty Second Script School: The 30-Day Screenplay Today!

About the instructors

Justin Trevor Winters

Screenwriter, Lecturer, Producer, and Development Executive
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Justin is currently a lecturer at the School of Film & Television at Loyola Marymount University. He also taught at Arizona State University and the UCLA Extension Writers' Program, regularly guest lectures at universities and conferences both nationally and internationally, and contributes to ScreenCraft.org, FilmCourage.com, and CreativeScreenwriting.com, websites dedicated to encouraging writers and filmmakers to study and pursue their goals and aspirations. Justin wrote a movie that's coming out in theaters later this year, 'Killing Winston Jones' starring Richard Dreyfuss, Danny Glover, and Jon Heder.

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