Sunday, May 30, 2010


The first two Champion Labs (with Jim Mercurio) are for the top 20 Champion feature writers.  On Friday night, December 3, we will have some sort of informal dinner, gathering or party where I will announce the winners and give out $12,000 or so in cash.  So plan to stay late or come early.  Writers who take the three-day version will watch of Killer Endings and T-Word Theme and read a few short assignments before the first class.

The Immersion class is free for the first four script consulting clients of who sign up for Coaching or Mentoring between now and then.  If current clients decline to take the class, it may be open to more writers.

The Scene Workshop is a stand-alone class that is open to all actors, writers and directors.  There will be four professional actors there and we will read two-three scenes (or more) from every participant.  The main focus will be on the writing but there will be some tangential topics on directing, acting and thinking like an actor and director.

Quarterfinalists in the Champion Competition will be offered a chance to purchase available seats in the Champion Lab and in the Immersion.  Top 20 Feature Writers will also be allowed to attend the Immersion class if their schedule doesn't permit them to attend the Champion Labs. And, as a last resort, Immersion writers may attend the Champion Lab if there is room and their schedule requires it.

Champion Lab - Four-Day
November 30 - December 3 (Tuesday - Friday)

Champion Lab - Three-Day 
December 4-6 (Saturday - Monday)

A-List Immersion - Three-Day
December 8-10 (Wednesday - Friday)

Scene Workshop with Professional Actors - Two-Day - Open to the Public
No theory - Just working on scenes
December 9-10 (Saturday - Sunday)
$199 for both days.  $129 for one day.
20% discount for professional actors who will read for at least an entire day.

Here are some testimonials for the classes.

Exploiting Concept
Character Orchestration
Character Arc
Killer Endings
Scene Writing
Shurtleff's Guideposts
Action Description
Prose Style
Essence of Climax
12 Steps to a Better Scene
Changing Spec Market

I haven't even begun to market them or placed them on sale.  If you want to hold a spot in the Scene Workshop, email me.  Otherwise, sign up for A-List Screenwriting's Craft & Career and check the box for Contest or Class updates.

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