Story Mapping Oscar-Winning Screenplays! Webinar now on sale at Early Bird price
C’mon, ADMIT IT — you’ve practiced your Academy Award speech many times, in your head or in your mirror. Me, too. (If you videotaped yourself giving your speech, well then you’ve taken it a step further, my friend, and you may want to seek help.)
My next webinar with the Writers Store, STORY MAPPING OSCAR-WINNING SCREENPLAYS, will go live on Wednesday, February 20 at 1:00 pm Pacific / 4:00 pm Eastern and you can now purchase tickets at the Early Bird Price of $69.00USD.
It’s only natural — our motion picture dreams must include Oscar gold at some point, right? But is your material up to snuff? What do Academy Award-nominated and winning movies and screenplays have that others don’t have?
That’s what I’ll be talking about in this webinar. The structural secrets and dramatic techniques behind many films that have achieved Oscar glory, including but not limited to As Good As It Gets, Gladiator, Slumdog Millionaire, Inception, Little Miss Sunshine, The King’s Speech, Sunset Boulevard, The Godfather, Juno and this year’s nominated screenplays, such as Django Unchained, Argo, Life of Pi, Flight and Lincoln. I’ll try my best to mention them all!
Keep in mind you don’t have to listen live — you will get access to an archived recording of the webinar for one year.
Price includes a FREE BONUS STORY MAP OF Academy Award-nominated film “ZERO DARK THIRTY!” Zero Dark Thirty is the most intense, riveting film of the year, and my Full Story Map will break down the structure and reveal the storytelling secrets behind this landmark film.
Also includes a FREE CRITIQUE on your own Basic Story Map! After the webinar, you have two weeks to email me your one-page Basic Story Map outline and I will return notes as soon as possible. Last time, many writers told me that my feedback really helped them to see the strengths, weaknesses and potential new directions in their concepts.
I hope you can join me on the call!
Good Luck and Happy Writing,
“Dan has a no-nonsense approach to screenplay analysis that cuts through the bull and delivers the goods. A must read for serious screenwriters.”
-J. Stephen Maunder, writer/director