About this Event
It's called "A good read." It means the screenplay reads quickly, it's a page-turner and was actually enjoyable to read. Most of all, it means the script evoked EMOTION from the reader rather than just giving them information.
When they read the script, the reader saw the movie on the screen.
It is one of the hallmarks of a talented professional and one of the things that create "fans" and gets writers noticed.
It's also one of the toughest things to learn about screenwriting. It takes hard work and confidence to find and develop your creative voice and have it jump off the page.
The Improving The Read class addresses this significant stumbling block to new screenwriters. It's the first step to making your scripts convey the emotional experience of actually seeing the film.
Special Considerations and Warnings
Paid event but anyone can attend