My Storywise 5-Week TV Pilot Teleseminar will start on Tuesday, May 6 at 7:00 p.m. PST. It will meet every Tuesday night. There will be a break between Week 3 and Week 4. So, the last class is on 6/10/14.
Participants will get a recording either the night of or the day after the teleseminar. So, if you miss a night or if you’re on a different time zone and can’t make the call, you will get all of the information sent to you if you are signed up.
Participants will be allowed to ask questions at the end of each call.
Here is a LINK to a YouTube video on the event.
Here is a list of the SPECIAL GUEST SPEAKERS. They will critique your pitches.
5/6/14 – Jeff Melvoin (EP/Showrunner – ARMY WIVES)
5/13/14 – Craig Sweeney (Executive Producer – ELEMENTARY)
5/20 – Julian Meijos (Writer – WHITE COLLAR)
6/3/14 – Jim Brandon & Brian Singleton (Co-Producers – BIG TIME IN HOLLYWOOD)
6/10 – Michael Narducci (Executive Producer – THE ORIGINALS)
SERVICE FEE – $200.00
At this level, you will get to participate in all ten (5) weeks of the Storywise Teleseminar; this includes listening to the calls (up to 2-3 hours in length per call). You will have an opportunity to pitch your pilot, and you will get to turn in a 2-3 page pitch document on your pilot script for a written critique. There is no limit on the time of when you can turn in your pitch document.
SERVICE FEE – $700.00
At this level, you will get to participate in five (5) weeks of the Storywise Teleseminar; this includes listening to the calls (2- 3 hours in length per call). You will have an opportunity to pitch your pilot script, you will get to turn in a 2-3 page pitch document on your pilot script for a written critique. You will also get a Pilot consult with this service. I will read one (1) draft of each script and give you written and verbal notes. This includes one (1) meeting up to one (1) hour in length to go over the notes.
SERVICE FEE – $2,400.00
At this level, you will follow alongside the Storywise Teleseminar and receive written and verbal feedback from me at each phase of the pilot writing process. This includes written and verbal feedback on your concept, your outline and three drafts of each script. This includes five (5) meetings up to one (1) hour in length to go over the notes, the log lines, the pitches and career guidance.