FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Eric Edson To Speak At Upcoming Scriptwriters Network Event on February 16th
- February 14, 2013
- Posted by: Eric Edson
- Category: Screenwriting Blog, Screenwriting Events
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
This Saturday, February 16, 2013, is a great day for screenwriters to attend the Scriptwriters Network seminar. Held at CBS Studio Center, Bldg #8, 4024 Radford Ave, Studio City, CA 91604 from 12:30 PM to 3:00 PM.
Attendees will have a rare opportunity to hear accomplished screenwriter, author and university professor Eric Edson speak about his completely new approach to storytelling. Eric will demonstrate the 23 interlocking actions used in every successful movie to create dynamic, three-dimensional heroes, and captivating, emotion-filled plots – Hero Goal Sequences.
For security purposes, you must RSVP at ScriptwritersNetwork.com before 10:00 pm on Thursday, February 14, 2013 or you will not be admitted onto the lot. There is no charge to attend for SWN members. The cost for non members is $25.00. Check-in begins at 12:30 pm and the event starts at 1:00 pm.
There will be free parking available at the event. Enter the CBS lot at the main gate & inform security you are there for the Scriptwriters Network event. You’ll be asked for your government issued photo ID, and then given directions to the meeting location. You may park in any available space on the lot (unless they direct you to a parking structure during special events).
Meeting Timeframe: 1:00 pm to approximately 3:00 pm. Please remember to bring a picture ID and your membership card if you have one. Any questions, email us at email@example.com.
Eric Edson and Staff
“There’s no such thing as a weak screenplay, only an unfinished one…”
About The Story Solution: Accomplished screenwriter and university professor Eric Edson reveals the 23 actions used in every successful movie to create dynamic, three dimensional heroes while linking together all parts of a captivating screenplay from first page to last. Pick up a copy at MWP.com or Amazon.com.