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2-Day Class with Jeff Schimmel – March 21st and 22nd

L.A. Writer/Producer Jeff Schimmel is coming to Phoenix for a very special 2-day, all day, class specifically designed for writers who intend to sell their work, whether you are focusing on an original movie screenplay, TV sitcom or dramatic series, or the creation of an unscripted reality show. When you attend the “Professional Class” you will work under the same conditions as a TV series staff writer, or as part of a rewrite team on a feature script, receiving notes from a head writer or development executive. That means you will work in live writing sessions under the supervision of a veteran writer/producer and receive instant feedback with a chance to rewrite with immediate hands-on guidance. This is a luxury rarely conferred upon new(er) screenwriters and the kind of feedback you will not get from a network or studio executive when you try to sell your script. The “Professional Class” will be held for all level writers on Saturday, March 21st and Sunday, March 22nd, 9 to 5 each day. Jeff’s affinity for Phoenix screenwriters has him providing 16 hours of hands-on writing and instant feedback for only $199! There is no better deal and no other city is getting this class offering! Because of the intense personalized attention, seating in this class is extremely limited. Click on the Phoenix seminar info on the website link below for more information and to save your seat before the class fills! Register now! http://www.maximumscreenwriting.com/#!register/c1kcz

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2 thoughts on “2-Day Class with Jeff Schimmel – March 21st and 22nd

  1. Thanks for posting! 🙂
    Hope to see some fellow screenwriters there!!

    Posted by Roxanne Ruane | February 23, 2015, 11:28 pm
  2. Hey there Phoenix, AZ folks – If you’re waiting until the last minute, consider THIS the last minute…

    Below a personal note from L.A. Writer/Producer Jeff Schimmel about his upcoming Professional Class. More spots need to fill or it will become necessary for him to cancel. I am sharing this information because I DO NOT WANT THIS CLASS CANCELLED! It truly is one of the best opportunities I’ve ever seen offered here in Phoenix AZ, and I want it to happen. Fine! Call me selfish! LOL

    Here’s his note (and notice, the man gives his private email address! He’s such an amazing advocate for new and upcoming writers!)
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    “If I could’ve gotten you to be just as excited as I am about my upcoming Professional Class, you would’ve signed up by now.”

    How can I convince you, with a few words in an email, that you’ll become an infinitely better writer in two days? Maybe like this.

    I’ve been a writer/producer for 30 years. For two days, I’ll do what no other professional writer will do. I’ll sit with you, and we’ll crank out script pages together. As a team. Studio quality. We’ll outline them, then bang them out. You’ll see how it’s done, the right way. You’ll learn on the spot. You’ll rewrite with me. You’ll find out how productive you can really be. By the end of the weekend, you’ll be doing it on your own, and be ready to write the best stuff you’ve ever attempted.

    I have a great reason for telling you this now. If you’re someone who likes to sign up at the last minute, this is the last minute. If I don’t fill my class in the next few days, I’ll have to cancel. Don’t miss this chance to have an experience you will not find anywhere else.

    To register for the Phoenix AZ class (This class is a hands-on, one-on-one/small group writing workshop) , go to: http://www.maximumscreenwriting.com/#!register/c1kcz

    jeffschimmel@gmail.com

    P.S. – Additionally, Jeff is also working out deals to offer a different kind of lecture class in:
    Boston, MA
    Chicago, IL
    Atlanta, GA
    Seattle/Tacoma, WA
    Dallas, TX
    Denver, CO
    Portland, OR
    Charlotte, NC
    Twin Cities, MN
    Toronto, Canada
    So be sure to contact him for more details.

    Posted by Roxanne Ruane | March 7, 2015, 5:23 pm

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