ADVANCED WORKSHOPS IN SCREENWRITING AND WRITING FOR TELEVISION
If you've successfully completed the year-long Professional Program in Screenwriting, or the year-long Professional Program in Writing for Television, you may enroll in an Advanced Workshop in your corresponding program.
In an Advanced Workshop, students may either rewrite a script they have already completed, or write an entirely new script within the 10-week quarter. Students meet once per week for three hours to participate in an intensive round-table analysis of their work. The Advanced Workshops, like the workshops in the Professional Program, are modeled after the MFA screenwriting program's "434" class. Designed by former MFA Screenwriting Chair Lew Hunter and current Chair Richard Walter, Advanced Workshops are limited to no more than eight students per class (online) and ten students per class (on campus) and are led by professional writers.
Students who successfully complete three Advanced Workshops receive a certificate of completion. Workshops do not have to be taken consecutively in order to receive the certificate.
Instructor: Hal Ackerman
Mondays, 6-9 p.m. PST, beginning January 9, 2018
Instructor: David Wagner