PLEASE NOTE: THE LOCATION OF THIS CLASS HAS CHANGED ONCE AGAIN AND WILL NOW BE HELD IN DODD HALL, ROOM 147. WE SINCERELY APOLOGIZE FOR THE CONFUSION.
The good news is that there are still some spots open in this free class.
As part of the Writers’ Program’s 50th anniversary celebration, on Saturday, August 13th we’re offering a FREE 3-hour seminar – How to Become a Professional Film and TV Writer – for students interested in writing for feature film and television. Led by current producer/manager Victoria Wisdom, the course runs from 1 pm – 4pm, and aims to demystify how the contemporary entertainment industry and talent representation system work, so that aspiring writers can better start their careers. It will also break down how to identify your key writing strengths, market them as your brand, bolster your confidence in meetings, and invent strategies to successfully sell your ideas to the right people.
Having personally attended courses and lectures by Victoria Wisdom before, I can honestly say there’s no better person to run this seminar. Victoria moves a mile a minute and covers much ground in her lectures. She’s got her finger on the pulse in terms of current film & TV market trends, business tactics, and audience demographics. Both writers and content makers across the board will benefit from her free course.
The closest parking lot is #2. For a campus map, click here.
Read what some of Victoria’s past students had to say about her:
“Victoria is a human dynamo who makes the business seem accessible and possible; love her!”
“Very enthusiastic and inspiring… professional knowledge is invaluable.”
“Victoria’s smart as a whip and really knows her stuff.”
“A powerhouse! Inspiring!”
“Wisdom’s knowledge of the industry is impeccable and beyond belief.”
More information on Victoria Wisdom can be found at her current website, here. We hope to see you on Saturday!
Jeff Bonnett is the Program Assistant for Screenwriting (Onsite & Online). Contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org or (310) 206-1542.