Sunday, 2 December 2018

McKee Seminars

With full details of upcoming McKee Seminars:

Hello McKee Tribe,
"Fiction is the truth inside the lie."
- Stephen King
No matter what stage you're at in your writing journey, finding a market for your story is hard. The McKee Seminars team is proud to partner with InkTip, an online marketplace, putting your great scripts in the hands of producers.
Write the truth, and good luck on your journey.
The McKee Team
Write the Truth

 


InkTip makes it easier than ever for writers to get their scripts into the right producer's hands.

Sell Your Scripts

Find a Script to Produce


Get Your Script Made
There's a reason thousands or writers and producers turn to InkTip. It works!
Since 2001, 365 films have been made from scripts and writers found on InkTip. An average of three scripts are sold or optioned through InkTip every single week.


Connect with Movie Producers
Connect with our secure network of over 4,000 producers, agents and managers.
InkTip never pays producers to view scripts so every producer searching our site is looking with the intention of producing a film right now!


Hollywood is at Your Fingertips
It doesn't matter if you live in West Hollywood or West Virginia. With our easy-to-use site, the film industry is always within reach.



How to Sell Your Script
Be proactive and get your script into producers' hands today!


InkTip Script Listing
Add your script to our secure database.
Preferred Newsletter
Get 6-8 script leads emailed to you every week!
InkTip Magazine
Include your logline in our bi-monthly magazine.
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McKee Seminars | Two Arts, Inc.
PO Box 681
Sherman, Connecticut 06784
United States
(928) 204-2323


Hello McKee Tribe,
"In the long run, competition makes us better."
- Dennis Muilenburg (American Businessman)
Nothing focuses the mind, deepens insights and sharpens turning points like competition. We’re thrilled to bring you the latest scriptwriting opportunity from WeScreenplay.
Good luck!
The McKee Team
Write the Truth


The 2018 WeScreenplay Feature Screenwriting Contest  late deadline is on November 30th!


Accepting Feature Screenplays!

The WeScreenplay Feature Competition provides EVERY ENTRY with WRITTEN FEEDBACK from its first round judge. WeScreenplay competitions are focused on helping writers improve their craft and providing screenwriters exposure to take the  next step in their careers .



Meet the 2018 Jury

Karen Kirkland

Karen Kirkland is a literary agent at the prestigious Abrams Artist Agency. Formerly, she worked as Nickelodeon’s VP of Talent Development and numerous writers she has worked with have gone on to work at major outlets such as HBO, Comedy Central, Adult Swim, Fox, Amazon, Hulu, and NBCUniversal.

Scott Carr

Scott Carr is the principal literary manager at Management SGC. He has a history of working hard with his clients to sell their specs, get them staffed, and land them open writing assignments. He’s successfully worked with young writers to see their work realized, like with Miss Sloane starring Jessica Chastain.

Melissa Azizi

Melissa Azizi is an executive at Pretty Pictures (The Danish Girl, Kinsey). Melissa was on the WeScreenplay Feature Jury last year and is currently producing the 2nd place winner’s work!

Michael Doven

Michael Doven is the producer of such celebrated films as Mission: Impossible, Vanilla Sky, Minority Report, A Few Good Men and The Last Samurai.





McKee Seminars | Two Arts, Inc.
PO Box 681
Sherman, Connecticut 06784
United States
(928) 204-2323

Professional writers may or may not receive critical acclaim, but they are in control of their craft, improving over the years and making a living from the art. A struggling writer may, at times, produce quality, but day-to-day they cannot consistently make their talent perform. The difference between these two is simple.
London STORYNOMICS Seminar
November 15
London STORY Seminar
November 16-18




Just 3 Weeks Left to Register for Our London Seminars
Robert McKee returns to the theatre capital of the world, London, UK (Nov 16-18), to deliver the renowned STORY Seminar. Whether you're a screenwriter, novelist, playwright, producer or director, McKee's STORY Seminar is a must for mastering the principles of storytelling.

Register now and receive a signed copy of Storynomics!*
STORYNOMICS
On November 15th Robert McKee debuts the critically-acclaimed STORYNOMICS Seminar in London.
*Book your seat for London STORYNOMICS by the end of October and pick up your signed copy of Storynomics at the seminar.
Learn why you, the creative writer, need to master STORYNOMICS.

Master the Principles of Story at a McKee Seminar.




Do The Work.
Professional writers may or may not receive critical acclaim, but they are in control of their craft, improving over the years and making a living from the art. A struggling writer may, at times, produce quality, but day-to-day they cannot consistently make their talent perform. The difference between these two is simple.
Real writers do the work.
Pascal once wrote a long drawn out letter to a friend, then apologized in the postscript that he didn't have the time to write a short one. Like Pascal, writers of any medium learn that economy is key, that brevity takes time.
Excellence means perseverance.
When a struggling writer realises a scene doesn't work they make a coffee, or break for lunch. In the afternoon, they'll tinker with the scene, kill some time on Youtube, before scrolling through their social media feeds.
A professional writer writes and rewrites, putting in the long, tough days, knowing that the road from day one to final draft is never smooth, and rarely paved with cat videos. A professional must write throughout every day, line by line, page by page.
A writer must do the work.

Discover how writing is about thoroughness,
not shortcuts, at McKee's STORY Seminar.




Will Smith on Making a Career as a Storyteller
Caleeb Pinkett recounts the years of work his brother-in-law Will Smith put him through to teach the craft involved in creating a story.




From the McKee Collection
STORY
STORYNOMICS
DIALOGUE
DIALOGUE: The Online Course


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McKee Seminars | Two Arts, Inc.
PO Box 681
Sherman, Connecticut 06784
United States
(928) 204-2323

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