03-15-2007 09:19 PM
03-15-2007 09:23 PM
And here's some other sites of interest:
03-16-2007 12:23 AM
also nice to turn on the commentary feature at the same time you peruse the screenplay and watch the movie; so you literally get bombarded and emersed in the behind-the-scenes madness that goes on while bringing the written genius to the big screen.
a lot of DVDs even have DVD-ROM features accessible via your PC, so you can do all that stuff mentioned above plus find more links to the creative junk packed into those DVD ROM featurettes.
03-16-2007 08:21 AM
03-19-2007 12:29 PM - edited 03-19-2007 12:29 PM
A few years ago, when I started tinkering with screenwriting, I subscribed to online newsletters for inspirational and/or instructional classes, forums etc. ScreenWriter.com was one such website. They offer a series of internet-chat-based classes pretty much monthly, I think, designed around screenwriting; topics range from writing and editing screenplay drafts to format, crafting the perfect by-line/'buy-line', preparing and making your pitch to lierary agents, managers and studios, and other assorted tpoics, each geared around creating marketable screenplays.
Classes generally cost $98 for a 3-day class, as I say, they are internet-chat-based classes, everyone meets 'LIVE!' in cyberspace as per the scheduled date and time, and they offer a transcript-via-email option should you sign-up for the class but miss a day or 2 or all 3...
I have never signed-up, bought and paid for, nor attended any of the classes offered in this way by this .com, but I'm curious if anyone who subscribes to this forum has done so? and to what end? are classes such as this worth the expense and time involved? or is this amother for of internet scam?
what say you?
Message Edited by crAZRick on 03-19-200711:36 AM