I’m very excited to be teaching my new workshop:
“SO, YOU WANT TO BE A SCREENWRITER—NOW WHAT?”
in the Los Angeles area… available to schedule for small groups of 4 – 6 screenwriters.
The workshop is a comprehensive one-day class designed for the beginning screenwriter who may or may not have completed a screenplay and is beginning their journey toward being a professional. In a business where they stop reading after the first typo or format mistake, you need solid guidance to help navigate the choppy waters of Hollywood.
Screenwriter/consultant Mark Sanderson will share his fifteen-years of experience to teach you the practices that helped him to build and establish a career as a working screenwriter in Hollywood. You’ll learn his techniques and disciplines—a screenwriter’s life before, during and after the first draft—in this “how to” survival guide to stay in the game—at the top of your game.
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Workshop student testimonial:
“I’m a published writer but new to the genre of screenwriting, and knew next-to-nothing about the business side of the profession before taking Mark Sanderson’s one-day workshop, which was terrific in every way. Having completed it, I now feel in a much stronger position to pursue my screenwriting ambitions in a professional manner.
Mark covers many topics during the workshop, and provides a great deal of information. There’s a lot to take in, but his handouts are very comprehensive so there’s no need to feel overwhelmed. One of the things I enjoyed most about the workshop was the opportunity to ask plenty of questions, and hear Mark’s interesting (not to mention amusing!) anecdotes about working in the film industry. I can’t recommend Mark’s workshop highly enough, especially for those who have some writing experience but need to know more about how the Hollywood machine really works.”
—A. Williams (Sydney, Australia)