Register for STRUCTURE – THE SEQUENCE METHOD here:
$5 for (dues-paying) members:
$10 for non-members (not yet a member? why not? register here):
See you Monday, May 8, 7-9 pm
at Taborspace, 5441 SE Belmont St, Portland, Oregon 97215
More information about the workshop:
STRUCTURE – THE SEQUENCE METHOD
Learn the tools to structure your film idea using the eight sequence approach to storytelling, famously taught at USC and similarly taught under the Save The Cat model at UCLA.
Sequence is a guidepost for finding your way through a story, rocketing through the second act in manageable chunks, building tension and satisfying closure. Elisa believes every screenwriter should have access to these fundamental tools. Once you see it, you can’t unsee it.
Limited to 14 participants!
About the instructor:
Elisa Graybill is an award winning screenwriter living in Portland. After attending liberal arts college Evergreen for playwriting, film and graphic novel writing, she completed her Masters in Screenwriting at USC. While there she received the Sony and Sega Fellowships in Interactive Media & Game Design Writing.