Screenwriting and development Master Class in Los Angeles, New York and London comes to Mumbai –“Beyond Structure“ by David Freeman

David doesn’t teach formulas. Instead, he offers over 200 specific techniques to make your characters, dialogue, plots and scenes both unforgettable and emotionally rich. Many top writers, directors, and important Hollywood and British film and television executives have studied with him.

What’s your preference –– Bollywood Films? Smaller, more personal works? Animation? American style films? Television series? Or are you just starting out?

For all of these, this class will change the way you write, direct, develop, or act in films or television.

David Freeman is a screenwriter who has sold scripts to numerous Hollywood studios, and he’s an international screenwriting and development teacher. He attracts large audiences wherever he speaks. Last year he conducted workshops in over 10 countries!
Here’s the reason David’s classes are so popular:

Many top writers, directors, and important Hollywood and British film and television executives have studied with him. To get an idea of what David means by “writing and development techniques,” look under “Articles” on the Navigation Bar on the left side of the page, and read any of the articles.

A good one to start off with is “How to Write an Unforgettable Scene”. David teaches with clarity, passion, warmth, and humor. He works hard to make sure you master all the techniques he’ll be presenting.

Venue: Pelicula Auditorium at Whistling Woods International.

Address: Film City Complex, Goregaon (East), Mumbai 400065.

Dates: Sat. & Sun., March 26th & 27th.2011

Time: 9:30am – 7:30pm both days

Price: 4,995 rupees (Just 1/4th the price of the class when it’s held in Los Angeles or London!) [Price includes lunch.]

For enquiries email shortcourseunit@whistlingwoods.net or call +91 22 30916002/ +91 22 30916003/ +91 22 30916000.

Last day for registration March 18,2011 at Whistling Woods International.

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