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Big Apple Film Festival and The Learning Annex invite you to a screenwriting course with 2 of Hollywood's top screenwriters

January 16, 2007

On January 23rd, two of Hollywood's hottest screenwriters teach you how to write AND pitch.

Let's be honest: there are a ton of screenwriting classes available in New York City. It's a popular topic because a lot of people think they have a movie in them and want to know how to get it out. Does that sound like you?

Not only will you get lessons on actually writing that screenplay, but you'll also learn tips on how to sell it. Learn the business and the art -- in one class with screenwriters Bill Collage and Adam Cooper, whose screenwriting credits include: Ransom, Fun with Dick and Jane, Wrong Turn and New York Minute.

Bill Collage and Adam Cooper are two of the most sought after screenwriters currently working in the industry. They will provide strategies on writing and honing your script, as well as share strategies on how to market it and ultimately get it to the big screen.

On Tuesday, January 23rd, you'll learn such concepts as:

  • How to refine your promising first draft into a marketable script
  • The most effective way to get your script to the right producers or agents
  • How to come up with a compelling pitch
  • What to watch for - and watch out for - in Hollywood
  • And more!

Adam Cooper and Bill Collage have collaborated on more than 20 scripts for major studios, including this past summer's hit Accepted, plus Fun With Dick & Jane, Wrong Turn, New York Minute, I'll Be Home For Christmas and Ransom. Their upcoming movies include Trump Heist , starring Eddie Murphy and directed by Brett Ratner -- as well as adapting the best-selling thriller The Dante Club.

The special price currently offered for this course is $30.

This class is normally priced at $49.99, but has been discounted to $30 Get the deal by using coupon code " BIG APPLE" by going to or call 212-371-0280.

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