7 Secrets of Working Writers - 2012
This course is designed to get fledgling or rusty writers to become more productive. Every person knows they ought to work "regularly", but what does that really mean to your life? How do you become the productive, confident, flexible artist you want to be?
This course is designed to get fledgling or rusty writers to become more productive.
Every person knows they ought to work "regularly", but what does that really mean to your life?
How do you become the productive, confident, flexible artist you want to be?
Part of the skill set being taught is to devise a schedule that the participant can and will adhere to. So, collecting data and insight and modifying the work plan is not just allowed, it is vital. By the end of the sessions, students will be their own best coaches, able to anticipate and accommodate the usual bumps in the road without giving up their practice. This class will be help transform the outlook and careers of filmmakers and screenwriters alike.
Here's what the co-creator of award-winning NURSE JACKIE had to say about Lisa:
Lisa Loop is one of the most kick-ass, perceptive, fun and motivating people I’ve ever met. Every writer needs a coach like Lisa. She’s like a secret weapon I would prefer other people not know about.
- Evan Dunsky, Television Producer, CSI; Co-Creator, Nurse Jackie
Early Bird Pricing: $239.20
Regular Pricing: $299
REQUIREMENTS: All students will be required to commit to creative practice for the entire session length. Anyone who fails to take on the task of working a minimum of 4-5 times per week is invited to come back to the course at a future date when they can give that commitment.
Wednesday, Nov 7th - 6:30 - 8:30pm
Wednesday, Nov 14th - 6:30 - 8:30pm
Wednesday, Nov 28th - 6:30 - 8:30pm
Wednesday, Dec 5th - 6:30pm - 8:30pm
- Dates of course
- Nov 5 - Dec 5
- Application deadline
- Nov 8
- Tuition assistance
TheFilmSchool at The Film Center
305 W Harrison St
Seattle, WA 98109
After receiving her bachelor’s degree in English from Whitman College, Lisa Loop started as a public affairs functionary for the federal government. She left for Hollywood and worked for studios and production companies, where she wrote everything from... Read more