May 22 – The Business of Screenwriting

Meet on the Fox Studios backlot on May 22nd for a StoryBoard Special Event!
MASTER CLASS:
The Business Side of Screenwriting
– What Every Writer Should Know –
with Steve Kaire
Monday, May 22, 2017 7:30-10:00 PM

This professional seminar will cover:

  • Deal Making
  • How Much $$$ to Expect for an Idea, Treatment, or Screenplay
  • How to Read a Deal Memo
  • Should You Sign a Release Form?
  • How Options Work
  • Rewrite Assignments
  • How to Protect Your Material

The entertainment business is part entertainment and mostly business. Writers think their only job is to create the material and let someone else take care of business and legal matters.

 

“Of the eight projects
I sold or optioned,
I negotiated seven of those deals
myself without representation.”

Steve Kaire

 

At the very least, you should have a basic understanding of how the business works.

STEVE KAIRE has sold eight projects to major studios without representation and is currently co-producing Sherlock’s Secretary for Walden Media. A screenwriter for over 30 years, he holds a master’s degree in Dramatic Writing and has taught writing classes at the American Film Institute.

If you think your script is ready to sell to Hollywood, you can’t afford to miss this special StoryBoard session.

StoryBoard Members: $35 Non-Members: $45

REGISTER NOW!

Registration deadline is Friday, May 19. Good seats still available.

Log in to PayPal, click “Pay or send money,” enter StoryBoardDG@gmail.com and the correct amount, then click on “Write a note” and BE SURE TO INCLUDE ALL OF THE FOLLOWING: your name (exactly as it appears on your driver’s license), your mobile phone number AND “Business of Screenwriting Master Class.”

Or contact Scott Burnell for alternate payment method.
email: StoryBoardDG@gmail.com phone: (323) 205-0773

This Master Class is a StoryBoard Special Event. From time to time, StoryBoard Development Group presents amazing workshops and seminars apart from our outstanding regular monthly meetings.

Our next regular session is Monday, June 12, when we discuss the screenplay for Universal’s THE MUMMY reboot starring Tom Cruise.

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