All Script Anatomy Workshops are now available ONLINE

 

TV WRITING FELLOWSHIP BIO & ESSAY WORKSHOP

Instructors: Hollie Overton or Tawnya Bhattacharya

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Join us for a special workshop on how to craft a compelling Fellowship Bio and Essay - the precursor to so many successful writing careers.

In this 2 hour TV Writer Workshop, we will deconstruct successful TV writing fellowship essays, analyze why they work, and help you articulate the symbiotic relationship between your life story and your brand as a TV writer in 500 words or less.

As alum Felicia Pride said, “this workshop is very helpful when it comes to preparing your applications.” Felicia became a 2017/2018 NBC Writer on the Verge. 

In Los Angeles, this workshop is taught by Hollie Overton (left), an alumna of Warner Brothers Writers Workshop.

Online, this workshop is taught by Tawnya Bhattacharya, an alumna of both NBC Writers on the Verge and Fox Writers Intensive.

For our next workshop, please check our WORKSHOP EVENTS page.

COST: $75

 

PILOT KICKSTART WORKSHOP

Instructor: Ali Laventhol

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For an introduction to what we do at Script Anatomy - a quick immersion - then this dynamic and comprehensive 4-hour TV pilot workshop (3 hours online) is just the thing.

We’ll give you a toolkit covering the critical elements needed in the pilot development and writing process, including loglines, conceits, what makes a compelling main character, flaws, core wound, redeemable traits and goals, how to create a strong story engine, stakes, antagonists and theme, as well as core structural beats.

Please continue to check our WORKSHOP EVENTS page for the next workshop.

COST: $90

 

MARKETING TOOLS FOR THE EMERGING TV WRITER WORKSHOP

Instructor: Gil Hizon

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To be a TV writer means navigating a new industry - a world of reps, meetings, all kinds of Do’s and Don’ts. In this 3 hour TV Writer Workshop, Gil Hizon demystifies the critical day-to-day aspects that can have a huge impact on your career.

You’ll learn how to find representation and how to deal with your reps. When to follow up with an executive, and how to behave in a general meeting. You will learn how to build last relationships with industry connections, and how to generate more of those connections.

Whether you have a couple of scripts under your belt or an entire body of work, the tools you’ll learn in this Los Angeles writing workshop will stand you in good stead when it comes to managing your TV writing career.  

Please continue to check our WORKSHOP EVENTS page for the next workshop.

COST: $60

 

INSIDE THE WRITERS ROOM WORKSHOP

Instructor: Kevin Townsley

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Your dream has come true. After years of grinding you have finally got staffed! But then fear sets in: what’s it like in the writers’ room? How should I behave? Am I talking too much or not enough?

“Inside The Writers Room Workshop” pulls back the curtain on this elusive world. In this 3 hour TV Writer Workshop, all of your questions will be answered, and you will also experience what’s it’s like to “break” a story with other writers.

This workshop is available in two versions - for COMEDY rooms and DRAMA rooms.

Every writer thinks they’re going to be staffed on “This is Us” (drama) or “Search Party” (comedy). But the harsh truth is you’ll probably get staffed on a show you’d never watch, don’t like, or that will be cancelled after it’s first season. Still, you have to be passionate about every opportunity. Thus the reason you just got a job on…

For the Drama room: PITCH (yep the canceled Fox show created by Dan Fogelman & Rick Singer).

For the Comedy room: SON OF ZORN (yep the canceled Fox show created by Reed Agnew & Eli Jones)

Your homework is to watch the pilot (and ONLY the pilot) and read the script. The workshop will be a “mock room” of your first day on the job where we will break a NEW episode two of the series as if the actual 2nd episode never aired.

The spirit of this three-hour workshop is to learn and have fun, but most importantly you’ll get insight into your future career and who you’ll be in the room. After the mock room session everyone will be given individual feedback and the instructor will go over the Dos and Don’ts of being in a writers room.

You will receive the pilot script and streaming links TWO WEEKS BEFORE the start of the workshop. Please read and watch the pilot before class.

*Limit is 25 writers.

COST: $65

Please continue to check our WORKSHOP EVENTS page for the next workshop.

COST: $65