I have been asked to return to the Lawrence Library to continue a series of screenwriting classes. Classes will be held at the Lawrence Library branch July 20 & July 27, 2013 at 1:00 pm. Classes are expected to last 90-120 minutes.
I previously conducted a three-part screenwriting instruction at this location in February. That series was a great success and attendees expressed enthusiasm for more classes. Whereas the original series was broad-based covering many topics regarding the craft and business of screenwriting, the July sessions will be a more focused two-part series.
The goal remains the same: I’ll share my thoughts and practices with the hope you’ll become a better, more confident screenwriter.
Class topics will be:
- Week One: Scene & Dialogue. We’ll read some pages from scripts. We’ll discuss and learn from what other scripts have done. Students are also invited to bring in the first three pages of their scripts for analysis and suggestions.
- Week Two: Marketing. Preparing your finished script for success.
I hope to relate information relevant to writers of all levels and experiences. Attendees will have ample opportunity to ask questions and participate through the sharing of ideas and experiences.
What: Screenwriting Class
Instructor: Mark Violi
Who can attend: Anyone looking to begin writing screenplays or wanting to write them better with an eye for making a sale. Classes will be geared for adults, recommended age is high school or older.
Where: Lawrence Library, 100 Darrah Lane, Lawrenceville, NJ 12345
When: July 20 & July 27, 2013 @ 1:00 pm
This is a service provided by the Mercer County Library System.
Attendance is limited and registration required. Please register by calling 609-989-6920