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Working Screenwriter 101

WORKING SCREENWRITER: HORROR STORY Finding that idea to write. Familiar with a twist. Working with a Story Drop. How to plan a story using beat sheets and notecards. The Rule of Three to keep your writing sharp. How to write memorable characters and meaningful stories. Rules of the World. How to choose the proper setting, theme and pace for your script. How to introduce and develop characters that connect with the audience. Arsenal of horror.  What is it and how do you get your own? How to use the Wicked Draft as a way to create an awesome final draft. Jump scares what are they want to use them when not to use them. Keep the audience engaged while scaring the hell out of them. How to intrigue not confuse. Twist ending how to use them. The Business of Hollywood: What to expect out of a writing career in horror films How working with agents, managers and lawyers can impact your career Optioning books and video games and other IP The difference between a writer's first draft and a reader’s first draft Is it hard or easy to write horror sequels? The course is 3 hours with a 10-minute break after the first 90 mins. Class held at 10 am PST July 10 and 24 via ZOOM MUST BE 18 YEARS OR OLDER TO ATTEND

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