Screenwriting Yearlong Incubator: Session Four
Conceive and complete your script in one year!
Through the course of this yearlong program, we take you from an initial concept to a completed first draft. We then help you polish the first 15 pages of your full-length film. We focus on helping you achieve artistic excellence while honing your craft skills. You’re taught the importance of industry script notes and learn to receive and provide constructive feedback that supports and expands, rather than inhibits, your creative process.
During Session Four, we continue to explore craft lessons and discuss topical industry screenwriting trends while drafting the second acts of our first drafts. We submit 7 to 10 pages at a time for critique and review. As a group, we shine a light on where the writer’s creativity, craft, freshness, and innovation shines. We keep the writer on track—both story, and plot-wise—while allowing for spontaneous exploration as the “messy” first draft emerges.
Screenwriting is part of a highly competitive industry, and we steer you toward developing polished, professional, commercially viable projects for TV, film, and streaming services and platforms.
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The yearlong program comprises six six-week sessions. Each session costs $250. Total cost: $1,500. There are full and partial scholarships and payment plans available for those experiencing financial hardship. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
“The Screenwriting Incubator made our Wednesday nights something to look forward to. Our instructor Lizzie Finn pushed us to live up to our potential during and after class, showing patience with our mistakes and complimenting us on our successes. A bonus was making new like-minded writer friends.”
Meet Your Instructor: Lizzie Finn
“Our goal is always about helping our writers get across the finish line with their scripts. However, it’s just as important writers learn to recognize which of their ideas ‘have legs’ and which are ‘half-baked.’ Before we put words on the page or focus on craft, we examine the ideas from every angle and make sure the writer is clear about their vision.”
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Project Write Now offers no refunds or credits once registered, except in the unfortunate case a class or event is cancelled. We reserve the right to change instructors if necessary. We reserve the right to cancel, postpone, or reschedule any class, workshop, or event because of low enrollment or other unforeseen circumstances. Contact us at email@example.com or call 908.675.0467 for more information.