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Audiovisual Specialist: Screenplay + Production + Direction and Postproduction (Edition + Audio and Music). TV Commercials - Corporative Documentals - Fiction and non-fiction TV Shows. I have a camera Sony 4K, lenses, Lights, Mics, Drone 4K and a postproduction (Video 4K and Audio) studio. Everything necessary to carry out the work in the highest quality.


I teach individuals in a "One-on-One" setting. You'll learn how to: * Create compelling characters, including a "Character Arc" for your Hero. * Develop a rich storyline that is marketable and appealing to a producer. * Write a treatment that will be used as an outline to guide you. * Properly format your screenplay so it's to Hollywood standards. * Create scenes that raises the stakes and moves the story forward. * Rewrite your movie script with effective techniques I will provide. The class would meet once a week for two hours. We would meet at a neutral location. The class itself would go for approximately 12 - 16 weeks. I can provide references of previous students. I do not accept just any student. Only those who are serious about learning the craft of screenwriting. I find it best to meet an individual first before proceeding with any class. This will allow the potential student to see whether or not I am a good fit for them and vice versa. Screenwriting can be a daunting process. Don't go it alone! Hire a professional to mentor you so you can get your idea on the page.

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