TV 1 TV Pilot Writing Workshop
Online Sep 20, Sep 27, Oct 4, Oct 18, Oct 25 (5 Monday Afternoons)5:30pm - 8:30pm Pacific$525
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Do you have a great idea for Netflix or Amazon’s next hit series? Let successful TV writer Stephanie Kornick (Transparent) help you transform your brilliant premise into a page-turning script! In this 5 week Online TV Pilot writing class, you’ll learn how to craft a great logline, structure a compelling story, plan a season arc that keeps the audience hooked, and break your pilot story just like they do in the writer’s room.
Stephanie will show you how to dramatize and sprinkle in the right amount of plot, character and story for a one-hour show. Through in-class work shopping and pitching, you’ll clarify your tone, voice and world. By the end of this class, you’ll have created a Beat Sheet for your TV Pilot. Students can work on a 1/2 hour comedy, dramedy or 1 hour drama pilot in this class.
109 padders have been staffed & 48 won fellowships at ABC, Fox, CBS and NBC after taking our TV classes.
How our online classes work:
Online classes can be attended from anywhere with an internet connection. You’ll be able to see and hear both your teacher and your fellow students. For the best experience, we recommend attending online classes in a quiet space, and using headphones or a headset.
If you are unsure of whether your computer can handle video conferencing, please review the system requirements.
(Amazon's Transparent, 2 pilots sold)
Stephanie Kornick is an L.A. based writer of theatre, film and television. She most recently sold a 1/2 hour dark comedy pilot. She also wrote on Amazon’s Transparent and sold a pilot to HBO. Stephanie was hired as a staff writer on Tranparent after being the Writer's Assistant on Transparent & Mistresses, She was a Writers PA on United States of TARA, and Showrunner’s Assistant on Are You There Vodka It’s Me, Chelsea. Stephanie is currently writing a biopic feature film about Andy Warhol’s transgender superstar, Candy Darling. Her dark comedy play, Small Talk, premiered at L.A.’s The Lex Theatre and was subsequently staged at Chicago’s Greenhouse Theater Center. Her short plays have been produced at Chicago Dramatists and Stage Center Theater. Stephanie has a M.F.A. in Screenwriting and Playwriting from Northwestern University.