Winter workshops start the week of January 6, but be sure to register ASAP for the best selection and to ensure your choice is not filled or cancelled.
Winter is also one of the few times of year that we offer a Saturday afternoon workshop. So if Saturdays work better in your schedule, now is the time to register! More…
Kat is directing her own script, as she has for two out of three of her previously produced feature films. This one is about a fractured family trying to hold it together in a small refinery town in southeast Texas. It grew out of her same-named short that screened at Sundance last year. Hellion was also recently named a 2013 Austin Film Society Grant recipient for post-production funding. You can read more about the project on Deadline.
When Kat sat in on The Screenplay Workshop’s Master Class in 2009, she was already an accomplished filmmaker with two feature films to her credit as Writer/Director, Cicadas (2000) and Jumping Off Bridges (2006).
The Academy/Oscars screenplay competition, called the Nicholl Fellowship, has announced that Hannah Feller’s screenplay, War Love, made it to the semi-finals! War Love was also named a semi-finalist by the 2013 Austin Film Festival.
Hannah has taken The Screenplay Workshop six times and has six scripts to show for it — and a Hollywood manager! You may recall our previous announcement that another of her scripts, The Money Flight, has been optioned.
The Nicholl Fellowship is the industry’s most prestigious, most generous, and most competitive award (over 7000 scripts were entered).
The Screenplay Workshop has gotten some great feedback on Yelp. Read the reviews …
Austin Film Society’s Slackerwood website recently sent a correspondent to sit in our story structure class and what did he say? “This class couldn’t have been more helpful” and “one of the more thought-provoking ways to analyze the structure of a screenplay.” Read the whole review…