Develop and finish your TV drama pilot here in a professional environment using Script Anatomy’s tools. Instructor Kevin Townsley wrote for Let's Get Physical (POP TV), and recently sold a pilot to Pivot Entertainment with Silver Pictures producing. Additionally, he has set up shows at SyFy, Crackle, Pivot, Sony, CBS Studios, Warner Brothers, FOX 21, and others.
You need at least one exceptional original pilot to break into the business.
The TV Drama Pilot Lab is a 6 week intensive course with an additional two weeks for prep. It’s limited to 8 students and we run it like a professional writers room.
You will develop, outline and write your script at a pace expected in the TV industry. All class members are required to devote time to homework and writing, and actively participate in the development and story breaking process each week. In a professional writers room, you must participate if you want to keep your job! Working this muscle will benefit you.
Pilot Lab also includes writing and business-related lectures. As our alumni attest, this unique curriculum provides invaluable preparation for your first job in TV.
Required: Televisionary or equivalent experience.
Instructor: Kevin Townsley
"Kevin Townsley is an exceptional instructor who becomes your script’s best and most supportive best friend. Like a BFF, he tells you what’s not working and rolls up his sleeves to help you come up with a fix." -- Claudia Forestieri, Staff Writer on Freeform's Good Trouble, NBC Writers on the Verge alumni and Emmy-award winning TV journalist, 2017 HBO Access Writing Fellowship
When: 6 Sundays starting Jun 9th to Aug 4th from 1pm to 5pm
Jun 9 / Jun 16 / Jun 23 / Jun 30 / Jul 14 / Aug 4
(OFF Jul 7 for Outlines, Jul 21 & Jul 28 for script drafts)
*Sign up early! There are at least two weeks of prep work to complete.*
*Prerequisite: Televisionary Writers Workshop or significant writing experience. *
Place: Blank Spaces, 9415 Culver Blvd. Culver City, CA 90232
Limit 8 writers
No refunds after 6/6/2019. Click here for our refund policy.