BIG IDEAS Weekend Screenwriting Intensive seminar

This weekend, film producer and screenwriting teacher Barri Evins will present two programs to help you learn how to break into the film industry.

Barri will be hosting the 3-day BIG IDEAS Weekend Screenwriting Intensive seminar Friday – Sunday to give new screenwriters what it takes to achieve their dreams by teaching them techniques she uses with highly paid professionals on big league projects. The seminar teaches writers to create ideas that ignite industry interest and gives writers revolutionary tools for completing a successful screenplay faster than ever before.

On Thursday, before the weekend seminar, Barri will be speaking a free, public lecture to give her Seven Secrets to Breaking into the Film Biz!

Friday, June 24 – Sunday, June 26
Cleveland, OH

BIG IDEAS is a screenwriting weekend intensive created by a working producer to give new writers what it takes to achieve their dreams. Barri Evins has sold projects to all the major studios and teaches you the same techniques she uses with highly paid screenwriters on big league projects. Create stories that ignite industry interest and discover revolutionary new tools that empower you to complete a successful screenplay faster than you ever dreamed possible.

Change the Way You Write:
Choose Ideas that Grab Industry Attention
Determine if Your Story has the Essential Elements
Harness Your Screenwriting Superpowers
Master Pitching to Fast Track Story Solutions
Make Structure Your New Best Friend
Accomplish More with Less Rewriting
Beyond a Seminar – Barri’s MENTORSHIP for a Year
COST: $395
Mention that you heard about the seminar from the Greater Cleveland Film Commission for a 10% discount!

Limited to 10 participants so each writer receives individualized attention and BARRI’S MENTORSHIP for the following year.

To learn more about the seminar, click here to download a PDF about the program. To register, emailSignUp@bigBIGideas.com

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Filmmaker, artist and goofball.
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