“Learn The Insider Methods of Writing a Screenplay That Sells!”
Have you ever had an idea that would make a great film?
Maybe you’ve even daydreamed about having the life of a professional screenwriter: working from home, coming up with ideas for an action movie or a romance or a comedy, seeing famous actors saying your words, seeing your name on the “written by” credit as the film starts, and banking cheques for more than most people earn in a year.
Maybe you didn’t do anything with your great movie idea because you didn’t know to start, how to develop it into a full story, how to create the characters in that story, how to format a screenplay or how to go about selling it.
Learn step by step
That may sound daunting and that’s why this course’s twelve lessons are broken down into bite-size segments. You master each one before moving on to the next. You can also go back to the course any time to review any of the parts as you need them—you get access to everything on the site for the next two years..
No idea yet? No problem!
If you don’t have a great idea for a film yet, don’t worry. There’s an entire lesson on how to generate an endless flow of ideas. Furthermore, great ideas don’t need to be completely new. A fresh take on a familiar story can turn into a gold mine. For instance, consider the movie, “Titanic.” That combined the traditional love story from Romeo and Juliet and the doomed ship, the Titanic. Two old ideas were combined to make a film that grossed over two billion dollars around the world!
Friendly expert guidance
Of course the idea isn’t enough by itself. You need to know how to flesh it out, how to get it into right format for a screenplay, and what to do with it when its done. That’s where this course comes in, with friendly expert guidance for you from idea all the way through to selling your script.
Write your script anywhere!
You don’t need to give up your day job or to move to Hollywood or even London. These days many scriptwriters work anywhere they please. Furthermore, nobody cares about how old you are, what you look like, or whether you’ve had experience before—if your script is really good, that’s all that matters.
What kind of money can you make? Feature scripts can sell for £25,000, £50,000,£100,000 and up!
Your first script, that you develop step by step and write as you go through the course at your own pace, can open doors for you.
In some cases, a producer or studio will want to buy it.
In other cases they may think the script isn’t quite right for them but they’re so impressed with the quality of your ideas and writing that they hire you to write a screenplay version of a novel or comic book or other material.
Or they may ask you to be a script doctor on a screenplay someone else has written (Jurgen Wolff, the course’s author, has done that on films starring Eddie Murphy, Kim Cattrall, and Michael Caine, among others).
Get Expert Guidance and Easy to Understand Instructions!
A good script attracts good actors, directors, producers—and of course a big audience. That makes the screenwriter a very important and well rewarded part of the film business. Don’t take our word for it, here are a few quotes that show you valuable your services will be when you have learned the craft of screenplay writing:
“It all starts with the script.” – Steven Spielberg.
“I would consider doing any part as long as the script is good and the film has an interesting director.” – Daniel Radcliffe
“I only sound intelligent when there’s a good script writer around.” – Christian Bale
Discover how to write a script that stands out!
It’s true that there are lots of people trying to write screenplays. However, few have taken the time to truly learn the craft. If they haven’t applied the methods you’ll discover in this course, the odds are their screenplay won’t stand out. Here’s what one of the top actors of all time says about this:
“Reading a script is usually about as exciting as reading a boilerplate legal document, so when you read one that makes you feel as if you’re seeing the movie you know it’s something different.” – Tom Hanks
That’s exactly what you will discover in this practical, in-depth online course.
Gain unique knowledge from your instructors
This course is not about complicated theories, or the ideas of someone who has never actually written or sold a script. They’re based on Jurgen Wolff’s more than thirty years writing for television and film—and because he also has a background in instructional design he has been able to create a course that makes the process easy to understand and easy to do.
It also includes advice from Elliot Grove, founder of the famous Raindance Film Festival. He has analysed thousands of films and teaches screenwriting and filmmaking around the world.
Added to that you’ll find specific advice from the writers of some of the most successful films ever made.
Insider tips revealed
The insider tips you’ll discover include:
- Why you should write a “high concept script
- How to turn an idea into a high-concept story
- What you MUST know about creating characters an audience will care about
- The most common mistakes new screenwriters make—and how to avoid them
- The screenplay structure used by the top Hollywood writers
- How to write an opening scene that will make agents, producers, and actors want to keep reading
- How to approach agents—and the mistakes that lead to rejection
- How to write a letter that will motivate producers and others to want to read your script
- The danger signals to look out for in contracts you are offered
- How to protect your screenplay from being stolen
- How much you can expect to be paid for different types of scripts
Your free bonus!
All this information and a lot more is presented in an easy to use format. As a bonus you’ll get the Easy Screenwriting System newsletter. Four times a year this email newsletter will bring you the latest information on trends, new approaches to screenwriting, and tips on marketing your work. It’s a great boost that keeps you motivated and informed. It’s available only to the people who have signed up for this course.
You Decide When, Where and How to Use This Great Course!
If you have a lot of free time you may want to progress through all the lessons quickly. If you have a full-time job, it’s easy to go through one lesson per weekend, or one every couple of weeks. You can always access the lessons—24/7, 365 days a year, for the next ten years! The only thing you need is a computer or tablet with access to the internet.
With the help of this friendly online course, written by a successful screenwriter who has not forgotten what it was like to get started, you can make the dream of being a screenwriter come true, for less than you’d pay for one book on the topic.