Cinematic Screenwriting: Professional Pagecraft – Seminar at Netflix for Writers, Directors, and Content Creators of All Types!

Event Date March 16, 2019 @ 9am - 12 noon
Location Netflix
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Hi everyone,


Here’s info on a great seminar on CINEMATIC SCREENWRITING:  PROFESSIONAL PAGECRAFT with top screenwriting instructor Ethan Ranson.


A not-to-be-missed event for screenwriters, directors, producers, filmmakers, and content creators of all types – or ANYONE who is looking to level-up their page craft.


As always, there’s a great discount for (only $30!) – details are below!


Good luck, have a great day, and don’t forget to dream big!




Jeffrey R. Gund

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SATURDAY, March 16th, 2019

9am – 12 noon



5808 W. Sunset Blvd.

Hollywood, CA 90028

(Free guest parking is located at 1455 N. Van Ness Ave.)


Here’s where you’ll learn page craft that will set your writing apart!

Have you ever had a brilliant, compelling, emotional vision for a scene and found yourself struggling to get that vision onto the page?  It’s incredibly frustrating, because you know — you know — that if you could just get the words to do what you wanted, the scene would be riveting.  Award-worthy.  Immortal.  The kind of scene we all dream of writing…


But so often, and more so in the early stages of your journey, the words just don’t match up to what’s in your head.  The translation is off somehow.  What you need are ways to get what you’re feeling to bleed onto the page so that your reader, and someday, your viewer, can feel it, too.  There’s good news:  other writers have cracked this nut, and so can you.


Come for a morning of examples and practicum to learn how to put cinematic emotion into your screenwriting.


Who should attend:

Screenwriters, directors, producers, filmmakers, and content creators of all types – or ANYONE who is looking to level-up their page craft.


By the end of this class you’ll know:

•  How to use action/description to create a cinematic feeling on the page
•  How to use line breaks and text formatting to edit with the mind’s eye
•  How to decide which details to give the reader, and which ones to leave out
•  How to direct emotion within a scene without going overboard


PLUS – this will be a great networking event to meet other industry professionals!



PREMIUM and PRO InfoList Members get 25% OFF Regular Registration price – that’s just $30 (normally $40!) to learn from a top industry professional!!

UPGRADE NOW (or log in to you Premium/Pro Account) so you can take advantage of this special offer!


Or, skip the upgrade and pay regular price –


We will fill up fast – register now at:


What to bring:  Something to take notes with.  If you have one, a computer with internet connection and screenwriting software that can export to PDF format.




Ethan Ranson is a screenwriter and screenwriting coach who’s been living and working in LA for nearly 15 years.  He studied at UCLA (Professional Program for Screenwriting) and earned his MFA in Screenwriting from The American Film Institute (2009).  As the writing mentor for The Greenhouse Creative Lab, and a private screenwriting mentor, Ethan loves encouraging other screenwriters and helping them elevate their material.  He believes that everyone has a story that only they can tell, and is driven to enable them to tell it by sharing his knowledge of cinematic screenwriting.  Ethan and his wife, Suzanne, live in Pasadena with their three glorious, rowdy, story-loving children.  He is repped by Bohemia Group (mgr) and Samuel Curphey, Esq (atty).



We will fill up fast – register now at:


Please note our new address at Netflix for this workshop!


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