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October 1997, Week 2


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Jeremy Butler <[log in to unmask]>
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Thu, 9 Oct 1997 13:11:07 -0500
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>Screenwriting for Hollywood: from Concept to Sale
>November 1-2, 1997
>The Pennsylvania State University
>University Park campus
>State College, Pennsylvania
>An intensive weekend seminar taught by Michael Hauge, award-winning author of
>Writing Screenplays That Sell.
>Getting your story onto the silver screen might seem like an impossible
>Yet hundreds do it each year. How? Screenwriting for Hollywood: from Concept
>to Sale will give you the techniques and skills to make your screenplay a
>Your weekend workshop will include:
>- video clips from recent successful movies to illustrate specific
>- group discussion of your own story concept, and
>- an in-depth analysis of the screenplay for a recent successful feature
>As a workshop participant, you'll receive the screenplay, a course workbook,
>and a resource guide to screenwriting services and products.
>Who Should Attend
>This workshop will benefit anyone, from novice to expert, who wants to better
>develop and market their screenplays.
>This intensive workshop will be held from 9:00 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. each day,
>with scheduled breaks in the morning and afternoon and for lunch.
>About the Presenter
>Michael Hauge, M.Ed., is a Los Angeles-based producer, story editor, and
>script consultant who has made his living in the Hollywood film industry
>the mid-1970s. His award-winning Writing Screenplays That Sell is a
>reference book for the film and television industries. Michael has been
>involved in the development of feature films, television movies, and episodic
>television series. He has taught screenwriting for University of
California at
>Los Angeles (UCLA), University of Southern California (USC), and the American
>Film Institute and has presented his screenwriting seminars to more than
>10,000 writers and filmmakers throughout the United States, Canada, and
>Additional Fall '97 Locations:
>Philadelphia, October 25-26
>Los Angeles, November 22-23
>For additional information on these dates, please call Hilltop Productions at
>For complete details and up-to-date information, please visit the web site
>For more information, please contact:
>Lori Benson, Conference Planner
>The Pennsylvania State University
>225 The Penn Stater Conference Center Hotel
>University Park  PA  16802-7002
>Phone: (814) 863-5120
>E-mail: [log in to unmask]
>a continuing and distance education service of the College of Communications
>To receive a brochure with registration materials, nationwide, call
>1-800-PSU-TODAY (1-800-778-8632) or send us an e-mail with your name,
>phone number, fax number, and Internet address to [log in to unmask]
>Please be sure to reference Screenwriting for Hollywood: from Concept to Sale
>in all correspondence.
>For information about all of Penn State's upcoming programs, visit our Web
Jeremy Butler
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Telecommunication & Film/University of Alabama/Tuscaloosa/AL
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