Do you have a screenplay that you've been wanting to finish but haven't been able to? Are you stuck on a plot point or a tough scene? In this 10-week workshop we will take your unfinished screenplay to completion with weekly feedback sessions and tips on how to get your story back on track. Come prepared with a cursory knowledge of screenplay structure and at least a completed first act of a screenplay—which you have either developed independently or in Feature Writing I.
Prerequisites: A completed first act of a screenplay—which you have either developed independently or in the four weeks prior to this workshop, in Feature Writing I.
This workshop combines scheduled real-time virtual class meetings via Zoom, asynchronous material, and independent work.
- Number of weeks: 10
- Number of meetings per week: one 3-hour meeting
- Session dates: 6/13/22–8/16/22
- Meeting schedule: Tu: 7 pm–10 pm CT
- Tuition: $650
- Web cam
Software / Apps
Zoom (free virtual conferencing app)
Screenwriting software. Some suggestions:
Instructor: Carmen Brie
CNamed a 2021 Film Independent Episodic Lab Fellow, Carmen Brie is a screenwriter and published author from South Carolina. She received her MFA in Screenwriting from the University of Texas at Austin. Her pilot, Renaissance Girls, was a finalist in the Humanitas College Drama Fellowship competition, winner of the UT Foshko Screenplay Award, and is currently in the second round for Sundance Episodic Labs. Her feature, The Dark Lady, placed in the Austin Film Festival and the Screencraft Features competition. Carmen specializes in dramas about complicated, and often murderous, women.