Four simple questions that work like magic — they form the basis of a revolutionary technique that helps writers structure, write, and rewrite scripts with ease. Intended as a preparatory course for people new to writing for the screen, this three-hour intensive seminar teaches you how to shape a market-ready, three-act screenplay; how to build a better character arc; how to ask the one question that helps you write your best ending every time; and much more.
Marilyn Horowitz is an award-winning professor, author, producer and writing consultant, who works with novelists, screenwriters and award-winning filmmakers. Since 1998, she has taught thousands of aspiring screenwriters to complete a feature length screenplay using her method. She is also a judge for the Fulbright Scholarship Program for film and media students and, in 2004, she received the coveted NYU Award for Teaching Excellence. Horowitz has written several feature-length screenplays. Her production credits include the feature film And Then Came Love (2007). Find her on Twitter @marilynhorowitz.
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Last updated: Nov. 11, 2013