Sell Your Screenplay in 30 Days Using New and Traditional Media
NYWIFT is offering the course that Marilyn Horowitz just presented at last week's Screenwriters World at a special rate.
Completed a screenplay and wonder what to do next? You need a plan—a marketing plan!
Taught by NYWIFT member, screenwriting coach and NYU professor Marilyn Horowitz, this interactive workshop teaches step-by-step instructions to sell your screenplay using new and traditional media.
Sell Your Screenplay offers tips and tricks for writers and writer/directors to market and sell their work in a systematic and fun way, with clear instructions. Join us and get your work sold!
Marilyn Horowitz (@marilynhorowitz) is the founder of the Horowitz Center for Screenwriting and creator of The Horowitz System®, a revolutionary visual writing system. She is an award-winning New York University professor, producer, screenwriter, script doctor, and writing coach who works with bestselling novelists, produced screenwriters, and award-winning filmmakers. She's also a judge for the prestigious Fulbright Scholarship Program for film and media students. Horowitz is the author of five books, including How to Write a Screenplay in 10 Weeks and The Four Magic Questions of Screenwriting.
Horowitz has presented additional workshops such as The Creative Business of Screenwriting, Story Development, Writing the Treatment, and Overcoming the Writer’s Fears for the Writer’s Guild of America East (WGAE), New York Women in Film & Television (NYWIFT), New York Script Club (NYSC), Women in Film and Video (WIFV) in Washington DC, and Women in Film (WIF) in Los Angeles. She is also a senior writer for Script Magazine and contributor to Hollywood Scriptwriter. Her workbook How To Write A Screenplay In Ten Weeks is available at the NYU bookstore.
Produced by Marilyn Horowitz.
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NYWIFT programs, screenings and events are supported, in part, by grants from New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council, and New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.
Last updated: Mar. 20, 2013