• ALL THE SKILLS YOU NEED TO MASTER THE CRAFT AND WRITE YOUR OWN BEST SCREENPLAY
• HOW TO PITCH LIKE A PRO
• MASTER YOUR SUBMISSION STRATEGY
• HOW TO FIND AN AGENT
& LOTS MORE!
Scripts that sell are those that tell a compelling story.
Shore Scripts is excited to offer a unique opportunity to study with America’s premier screenwriting educator, UCLA Head of Screenwriting, Prof. Richard Walter.
In just 30 Days, our Definitive Screenwriting Course will teach you all the tools you need in order to write your career-changing screenplay.
Using real screenplay examples, the course examines the first principles of screenwriting and enables you to learn from course leaders with hands-on writing experience.
You've taken seminars but you're still not writing, or you're writing but your scripts don't work.
HERE'S WHAT YOU WILL LEARN...
Richard Walter is a prominent film expert.
The New York Times
The prime broker for Hollywood’s hottest commodity: new writing talent.
The Wall Street Journal
Richard Walter is the Jewish Mother of Screenwriting
With a wealth of insights from top industry professionals, as well as an amazing teaching platform, this course will help you not only write your screenplay, but give you a guide to navigate through the film industry landscape.
This is it. If you are serious about your writing, here are the high-value skills you need. Richard Walter is the very best.
Richard was inspirational. He affirmed my passion to be a writer and gave me the kick in the pants to finish a feature screenplay.
Richard teaches by storytelling & thoughtful anecdotes. This helped me grasp the deeper levels of the craft.
Richard lectures on screenwriting and storytelling throughout the world.
Writers who have studied at UCLA have written dozens of prestigious Hollywood blockbusters and independent productions.
Professor Walter has appeared multiple times on The Today Show, The O’Reilly Factor, Hardball, ABC Primetime, Scarborough Country and CBS News Nightwatch, to name a few. More than a hundred newspaper and magazine articles have described his work and the program he directs at UCLA.
UCLA-trained screenwriters have won five best-screenplay Oscar nominations and three Oscars in the past seven years.
They have written ELEVEN projects for Steven Spielberg:
Jurassic Park I, II, II, Indiana Jones II, III, The Terminal, War of The Worlds, Munich, Lincoln, Eagle Eye, Amazing Stories...
Plus dozens of mainstream commercial Hollywood blockbusters (such as Spider-Man, Benjamin Button, Charlie’s Angels, Men In Black, Mission: Impossible) and prestigious indie productions, including Milk, Sideways & The Descendants.
They have also written hundreds of hours of Television.
Writers that Richard teaches dominate the film and TV industry.
UCLA SCREENWRITERS INCLUDE:
Dustin Lance Black – Milk, J. Edgar, When We Rise (TV)
Alexander Payne – Sideways, About Schmidt, The Descendants
Eric Roth – The Insider, Forrest Gump
Paul Schrader – Raging Bull, Taxi Driver
Shane Black – Lethal Weapon, Kiss, Kiss, Bang, Bang, The Last Action Hero
Billy Ray – Flight Plan, Suspect Zero, Shattered Glass
Pamela Gray – A Walk on the Moon, Music of the Heart
Jeffrey Boam – Indiana Jones & The Last Crusade, Lethal Weapon 3
David Koepp – Spider Man, Mission Impossible
Sacha Gervasi – The Terminal, The Hypnotist, Henry’s Crime
Jim Herzfeld – Meet The Parents, Meet The Fockers
Collin Higgins – Harold and Maude, Nine to Five
Michael Miner – Robocop Trilogy
Sheila Callaghan – United States of Tara
Don Payne – The Simpsons
Caroline Williams – Arrested Development