Develop your TV comedy pilot here in a professional environment using Script Anatomy’s tools. Instructor Aaron Vaccaro has worked on Mike & Molly, Superior Donuts, and is currently writing for a NETFLIX series.
You need at least one exceptional original pilot to break into the business.
The TV Comedy Pilot Lab is a 6 week intensive course which is run like a professional writers room. It requires 2 weeks of prep before class begins.
Using Script Anatomy tools, you will develop, outline and write your TV comedy pilot script at a pace expected in the TV industry.
All class members are required to devote time to homework, writing and reading other classmates’ work to provide feedback. They are expected to actively participate in the development and story breaking process each week. In a professional writers room, you must participate if you want to keep your job! Working this muscle will benefit you.
This is an advanced class that prepares you for your first job writing for TV. As our alumni attest, the experience is invaluable.
Required: Televisionary or equivalent experience.
Instructor: Aaron Vaccaro
"Aaron's passion for bringing out the best in his students' work is apparent from the first moment you meet him. He masterfully guides you toward a stronger script, facilitates collaboration, and makes sure you have a blast while doing it. After working with Aaron, I felt like I had a much stronger grasp on how to structure story and collaborate with other writers to produce the best possible version of our work. I now feel infinitely more prepared to take on the professional world of TV writing."
— Haley Bartels, MFA Screenwriting Fellow at AFI
When: 6 Saturdays starting Oct 12th to Dec 14th from 11 am to 2 pm
*Sign up early! There are at least two weeks of prep work to complete.*
Oct 12 / Oct 19 / Oct 26 / Nov 02 / Nov 16 / Dec 14 -- (OFF Nov 9 for Outlines, Nov 23, Nov 30 & Dec 7 for script drafts & Thanksgiving)
Place: Blank Spaces, 9415 Culver Blvd. Culver City, CA 90232
Limit 8 writers
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