SCREENWRITING

How to Be Taken Seriously as a Screenwriter

A free masterclass to take your screenwriting to the next level.

“I won’t be successful without gaining a ton more skills.”

“I’m just not confident in my skills yet, and it’s holding me back.”

“I need to quit my day job and go to film school, but I can’t do that, so my dream is dead.”

This is the kind of thoughts and feelings many folks — but especially new screenwriters — struggle with. Now, the world of screenwriting is a struggle to break into. Even established writers have a hard time getting certain films sold or produced. However, if you’ve not got the skills to get your foot in the door in the first place, success can feel further away than the moon.

Even serious scribes who have been writing for years wrestle with which word to use and second guess themselves about grammar or formatting. Or, some writers can’t stop using clunky camera angles and second-person perspective like “we see” frequently. Others have a decent script, but don’t know the first thing about how the business actually works.

These problems are felt deeply by so many that I decided to create a free Masterclass to teach you how to tackle them. I’ll expose three secrets you need to know that hold the key to increasing your potential:

  1. The One Skill You MUST Master in Order to Become a Successful Screenwriter
  2. How to Turn Writing Roadblocks into Powerful Weapons in Your Visual Storytelling Arsenal…
  3. The Quickest Way You Can Supercharge Your Growing Screenwriting Career THIS MONTH…

Fear not: it is possible to sharpen your skills and move past those roadblocks without having to spend years and hundreds of thousands of dollars on a fancy film school degree or quitting your day job.

So, what are you waiting for? Go grab your 48 hour pass to the Masterclass!

I’m a writer and director teaching you the craft of screenwriting and storytelling. Get my FREE Screenwriting Masterclass: https://bit.ly/2Y1yWou👈

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