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“Genre Theory” Lesson with Action Genre Scholar Bass El Wakil, Part 3

“Genre Theory” Lesson with Action Genre Scholar Bass El Wakil, Part 3 - Lesson “Genre Theory” Lesson with Action Genre Scholar Bass El Wakil, Part 3

Feb 22, 2014 - 12:00 AM

The co-author of Robert McKee's upcoming book "Action: The Art of Excitement" presents this valuable lesson series on the theory behind popular genres.

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“Genre Theory” Lesson with Action Genre Scholar Bass El Wakil, Part 2

“Genre Theory” Lesson with Action Genre Scholar Bass El Wakil, Part 2 - Lesson “Genre Theory” Lesson with Action Genre Scholar Bass El Wakil, Part 2

Feb 01, 2014 - 12:00 AM

The co-author of Robert McKee's upcoming book "Action: The Art of Excitement" presents this valuable lesson series on the theory behind popular genres.

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The 6 Principles of Professional Writing with Lowell Cauffiel, Principle 4: “Style is Not How A Writer Puts Words Together, But What He Perceives and How He Thinks”

The 6 Principles of Professional Writing with Lowell Cauffiel, Principle 4: “Style is Not How A Writer Puts Words Together, But What He Perceives and How He Thinks” - Lesson The 6 Principles of Professional Writing with Lowell Cauffiel, Principle 4: “Style is Not How A Writer Puts Words Together, But What He Perceives and How He Thinks”

Jan 25, 2014 - 12:00 AM

Novelist and TV Writer/Producer Lowell Cauffiel was born in Michigan. An award-winning reporter with the Detroit News and Detroit Monthly Magazine in the 1970s and 1980s, Cauffiel began his book writing career in 1988 with “Masquerade: A True Story of Seduction, Compulsion and Murder”. That title, and his 1997 New York Times bestseller “House of Secrets”, have appeared on many critics' lists of the best works in American true crime. As a nonfiction author, he's known for his meticulous research and accuracy, delivered in novel-like, page-turner style.

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Thoughts on TV Writing & More with Margaret Nagle, Part 7, “The Steps of Selling a Pilot”

Thoughts on TV Writing & More with Margaret Nagle, Part 7, “The Steps of Selling a Pilot” - Lesson Thoughts on TV Writing & More with Margaret Nagle, Part 7, “The Steps of Selling a Pilot”

Jan 18, 2014 - 12:00 AM

An informative lesson series from Screenwriter/Producer/Actor Margaret Nagle ("Boardwalk Empire," "Warm Springs") that focuses on many important aspects of TV writing, including writers' rooms, pitching to different types of networks, the steps of selling a pilot and more.

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“Genre Theory” Lesson with Action Genre Scholar Bass El Wakil, Part 1

“Genre Theory” Lesson with Action Genre Scholar Bass El Wakil, Part 1 - Lesson “Genre Theory” Lesson with Action Genre Scholar Bass El Wakil, Part 1

Jan 11, 2014 - 12:00 AM

The co-author of Robert McKee's upcoming book "Action: The Art of Excitement" presents this valuable lesson series on the theory behind popular genres.

1 Follower   6 Comments
Thoughts on TV Writing & More with Margaret Nagle, Part 6, “Pitching: They Want You to Succeed”

Thoughts on TV Writing & More with Margaret Nagle, Part 6, “Pitching: They Want You to Succeed” - Lesson Thoughts on TV Writing & More with Margaret Nagle, Part 6, “Pitching: They Want You to Succeed”

Jan 04, 2014 - 12:00 AM

An informative lesson series from Screenwriter/Producer/Actor Margaret Nagle ("Boardwalk Empire," "Warm Springs") that focuses on many important aspects of TV writing, including writers' rooms, pitching to different types of networks, the steps of selling a pilot and more.

The 6 Principles of Professional Writing with Lowell Cauffiel, Principle 3: Writing Has Little to Do With You & Everything to Do With the Reader

The 6 Principles of Professional Writing with Lowell Cauffiel, Principle 3: Writing Has Little to Do With You & Everything to Do With the Reader - Lesson The 6 Principles of Professional Writing with Lowell Cauffiel, Principle 3: Writing Has Little to Do With You & Everything to Do With the Reader

Dec 28, 2013 - 12:00 AM

Novelist and TV Writer/Producer Lowell Cauffiel was born in Michigan. An award-winning reporter with the Detroit News and Detroit Monthly Magazine in the 1970s and 1980s, Cauffiel began his book writing career in 1988 with “Masquerade: A True Story of Seduction, Compulsion and Murder”. That title, and his 1997 New York Times bestseller “House of Secrets”, have appeared on many critics' lists of the best works in American true crime. As a nonfiction author, he's known for his meticulous research and accuracy, delivered in novel-like, page-turner style.

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Thoughts on TV Writing & More with Margaret Nagle, Part 5, “Pitching a TV Series”

Thoughts on TV Writing & More with Margaret Nagle, Part 5, “Pitching a TV Series” - Lesson Thoughts on TV Writing & More with Margaret Nagle, Part 5, “Pitching a TV Series”

Dec 21, 2013 - 12:00 AM

An informative new lesson series from Screenwriter/Producer/Actor Margaret Nagle ("Boardwalk Empire," "Warm Springs") that focuses on many important aspects of TV writing, including writers' rooms, pitching to different types of networks, the steps of selling a pilot and more.

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