...may be just what you've been looking for. Find out from one who's been "in the trenches" both on the inside and outside of Hollywood. Robert Gosnell is a member of the Writers Guild of America, West and the Writers Guild of Canada, and has had his work produced for major theatrical release, in the "indy" market, for pay cable, basic cable, network television and syndicated television.
"The Elements Of Screenplay" provides an overview of the screenwriting process from the point-of-view of a working screenwriter. Delivered in a straightforward, easily digested presentation, the course covers Theme, Story, Character, Dialogue, The 3 Act Structure, Format and related elements, as well as information on trade unions, agents and marketing, with an occasional anecdote thrown in just for fun. For more information, click on the links below.
The Elements Of Screenplay
Screenwriting Crash Course
"Writers are the most important people in Hollywood...and the bastards must never find out!" - Irving Thalberg
A comprehensive, two-day "crash course" designed by a professional, produced screenwriter with over 25 years of practical experience.
"The Elements Of Screenplay"
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