*SCREENWRITING FOR ACTORS*
Are you an actor looking to expand your creative and career repertoire?
Do you have an idea for a film for you and your friends to star in?
Are you looking to develop your screenplay analysis skills to help you with auditions and roles?
If you live in the Los Angeles area, you can now learn screenwriting from a professional movie studio Story Analyst and script coach.
“Screenwriting for Actors” is a weekly workshop that meets on Sundays in Hollywood, geared toward teaching working actors the industry-standard structure, format, fundamentals and techniques used by 95% of commercial movies. Your instructor is Daniel Calvisi, NYU Tisch alum and a professional Story Analyst and script doctor with major studio experience, having worked for the executives who developed the films CHICAGO, LIMITLESS, SCREAM, ULEE’S GOLD, ONE FINE DAY, CHOCOLAT and SPY KIDS. Daniel has coached hundreds of writers, many of them actors and filmmakers, for over a decade. Daniel is the author of “Story Maps: How to Write a GREAT Screenplay.” With the new workshop “Screenwriting for Actors,” he has adapted his proven Story Maps method with a focus on character-driven storytelling and archetypes to draw upon the strengths and skills of the trained actor.
*FREE informational seminar on Sunday, April 17, 12 Noon – 2:00 P.M. in Hollywood on Theater Row. Drop in at any time. More info: http://actfourscreenplays.com/screenwriting-classes/screenwriting-for-actors/
Date: Sunday, April 17
Time: Noon – 2:00 p.m.
Location: Studio C Artists Acting & Filmmaking Institute
(Hollywood theater row next to The Complex)
6448 Santa Monica Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90038
Cost: 6 Classes: normal price is $299.
Current limited-time offer: $239 ends on April 18. FREE first class on Sunday, April 17, Noon – 2:00 pm.
To sign up or to contact Daniel: http://actfourscreenplays.com/screenwriting-classes/screenwriting-for-actors/
From Daniel Calvisi’s four-time student:
“I love how Dan emphasizes the fundamentals of storytelling. A great script starts with a solid structure and that’s what one learns in Dan’s courses.”
-Ryu Miyaki, winner of Amazon Studios $20,000 Prize for his screenplay that was developed in Daniel’s classes