Web Series

You don’t have to wait for a studio or production company to “pick up” your TV show. Get started yourself by creating a web series—short episodes created for release on the Internet. (You can also make one-offs, like a short movie or comedy sketches.)

A web series is a great way to showcase your work as a writer or director or actor. Yes, it takes time and a little money to do it well, but it’s not unrealistic that you can produce a series on your own, if you know what you’re doing. If your show gets enough attention, it could truly boost your show business career.

See how far a video camera and your imagination can take you.

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Intensives are fun, fast crash courses.

Web Series

Two-day Zoom Intensive

Two three-hour sessions on separate days.

Zoom info, tuition: $165
     Registration fee $25, paid once per term

The Zoom Intensives are taught via the Zoom videoconference platform.

Online Video Intensive topics include: conceiving a premise, outlining and writing episodes, playing producer, finding an audience.

Course components: lectures, writing exercises

Intensives are open for writers of any level. Students must be 18 years or older.

Students may reschedule a Zoom Intensive one time.

Meets
Teacher
Not offered in NYC.

Web Series

One-day Intensive

Seven hours in one day (with lunch break).

NYC Tuition: $165
     Registration fee $25, paid once per term

One-on-One tuition: $375 Request consultation

The NYC One-day Intensives are taught in-person.

Online Video Intensive topics include: conceiving a premise, outlining and writing episodes, playing producer, finding an audience.

Course components: lectures, writing exercises

Intensives are open for writers of any level. Students must be 18 years or older.

Students may reschedule a One-day Intensive one time.

Meets
Teacher
Spring NYC Schedule now available via Zoom Conference
Upcoming dates to be announced.