Attend FiLMLaB.tv workshops and get all the value without even attending!

Attend FiLMLaB.tv workshops and get all the value without even attending!

Well, not really. Eventually you’ll have to “attend.” But thanks to space-age technology, Willamette Writers is presenting two valuable workshops online that you will be able to access 24/7 AND multiple times right up until the conference.

That means that even if you’re not available on the day and time of the workshops, and cannot attend them “live,” you can still get all the value at a day and time that is convenient for you.

AND if you sign up for both of them, you get a price break.

Yes, the next FiLMLaB contest will have one winner whose screenplay will be a professionally produced first episode of a webseries.

But the exciting news is that this year the runners-up will also be winners. The plan is for the finalists to get two table reads of their submission with the opportunity to edit and polish their entry between reads based on the feedback from industry professionals.

That alone would be worth the price of submission, but even then, all finalists will be part of the writing team, shepherded by industry veteran F.J. Pratt. The team then continues to work on the final screenplay and contribute to the final FiLMLaB product.

Making it to the finals will result in a quantum level leap in the quality of your screenwriting.

There are some key, fundamental things to consider in preparing to create your submission and you can get a head start on the contest by signing up for the two workshops–$40 for a single workshop, $60 for both–but hurry because the first one is July 14th:

Creating a Web Series World of a Budget: July 14 @ 10:00 a.m.–12:30 p.m.
Creating Characters for a Web Series July 21 @ 10:00 a.m.– 12:30 p.m.
This post was written by Jon Dragt, a screenwriter and FiLMLaB winner. You can find out more about Jon here.

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