Feature-Length Screenwriting: 1/7/19

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Feature-Length Screenwriting: 1/7/19

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WHEN: 9 Mondays, 6:30-9pm, beginning on 1/07/19

WHERE: The Corporeal Center in downtown Portland: 510 SW 3rd Ave. Portland, OR

WORKSHOP LEADER: Andy Mingo

COST: $300

Start the New Year right and finish your feature-length screenplay! This screenwriting workshop will focus on intensive feedback culminating in participants finishing a feature-length script by the end of our nine week workshop. We will help you electrify your story idea and/or help you adapt your piece of fiction or nonfiction into a format suitable for a script. Some previous knowledge of screenwriting structure is recommended but not required. Also as a part of this workshop we will discuss strategies for selling your script and/or getting it made into a film.

Taught by Writer/Director Andy Mingo: Andy is a seasoned screenwriter who has adapted fiction to screen from authors like Monica Drake, Lidia Yuknavitch, and Chuck Palahniuk. He and Palahniuk recently co-wrote the script adaptation of Palahniuk's award-winning novel, Lullaby, which is currently in preproduction with Andy slated to direct. He is also slated to co-write the film adaptation to the award-winning memoir, The Chronology of Water. Andy brings extensive teaching experience in film production, screenwriting, and writing to his commercial and film work as a co-founder of MindPollen Studios. Check him out at andymingo.com .

The Corporeal Center houses all of Corporeal Writing's Face2Face workshops, readings, and open community hours Tues through Friday, 12 - 4. We are located in a beautiful historic building in downtown Portland. We are on bus lines, close to the Max line that goes to the airport as well as the Amtrak station. We are within walking distance to many hotels, some of our favorites being The Society Hotel ($), Embassy Suites ($$), Hotel Monaco ($$) and The Nines ($$$). With a bar, delicious burger joint, fresh salad bar in our building, a food truck lot out the front door, and Pine Street Market only a 3 block walk, food options abound.