MFA, screenwriter; WGA member whose feature film credits include Exit Wounds, starring Steven Segal and DMX, On Deadly Ground and K9:PI starring Jim Belushi. Mr. Horowitz’s television credits include La Femme Nikita and over a half-dozen pilot scripts for various networks. He has also written over 50 short plays and one musical. He previously has taught screenwriting at the UCLA School of Theater, Film, and Television.
Screenwriting is a craft that improves with experience. To succeed as a writer for screen, TV, digital media or stage, it is essential to understand and learn the fundamentals of dramatic storytelling. My goal is to create a safe and supportive environment where students can exercise their imaginations, explore their talents and discover how to get their ideas onto the page in the most powerful and moving way possible. We’ll do that by deconstructing the myths around screenwriting and the business of being a screenwriter and exploring the elements that go into making a good story great and a great screenplay a page-turner.
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“Ed is very communicative and helpful. He is extremely knowledgeable about the process of screenwriting. He took time in and out of class with each student. ” — Writers’ Program Student