West End Cinema Screenwriting Seminar
Join writers, film lovers and Yale Professor Marc Lapadulain a journey through several classic and successful films analyzed using video clips, discussion and text. Learn the tactics of writing and selling a feature-length screenplay.
- Saturday July 28, from 1:30pm to 6pm near the Bethesda metro station
- $100 course fee includes 4.5 hours of class, light snacks, a course packet and the opportunity to buy discounted Final Draft #8 software (a computer screenwriting program) as well as popular movie Screenplay manuscripts
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About Yale Professor Marc Lapadula:
Marc Lapadula is a full-time Professor at Yale University where he runs and teaches the entire screenwriting curriculum in The Film Studies Program. He has taught at Columbia University’s Graduate Film School, Johns Hopkins and the University of Pennsylvania. He has lectured at The Smithsonian Institution and many other venues. Former students have written: (500) Days of Summer, The Hangover, The Break Up, Bride Wars as well as several other highly successful and critically-acclaimed films. They have also scripted award-winning teleplays for TV: Family Guy, Law and Order, SVU, Scrubs, The Agency and other shows.
Marc produced the short film, Angel Passing, starring Hume Cronyn, which was screened at the 1998 Sundance Film Festival and won the Grand Jury Award at Worldfest, the Houston International Film Festival. Most recently Marc co-produced the film, Mentor, starring Rutger Hauer (Actor from the movie Blade Runner). Marc has been an expert analyst in major lawsuits and has been a screenplay analyst to several studios and film production companies