ScreenwritingU is thrilled to launch this new screenwriting class with Chris Soth and his Mini-Movie Method.
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) September 20, 2011
ScreenwritingU, an award-winning, Los Angeles-based company that provides professional online screenwriting classes and assistance with selling a screenplay, is pleased to announce it has licensed Chris Soth’s Mini-Movie Method. With ScreenwritingU’s newsletter subscribers, clients, and social networking sites, the company keeps in regular contact with 100,000 screenwriters, making it an attractive venue to acquaint screenwriters with the Mini-Movie Method. ScreenwritingU has condensed the Mini-Movie Method into a month-long version that will be easy and affordable for ordinary people to write a screenplay and move toward a future in the film industry. People can get more information on the upcoming Mini-Movie Method class at http://www.screenwritingu.com/screenwriting-classes. ScreenwritingU’s free newsletter is at http://www.screenwritingu.com/screenwriting-articles.
Hal Croasmun, president of ScreenwritingU, says, “We’re committed to adding to our current offerings the highest-level screenwriting teachers and programs in the country. I am thrilled to launch this new endeavor with Chris Soth and his Mini-Movie Method. His system offers a simple-to-learn structure that also has tremendous depth. Chris approached us because he was impressed with our quality classes and marketing. Our present and future partners benefit from our relationship with ScreenwritingU’s fans, followers, clients, and newsletter subscribers worldwide.”
Croasmun believes the Mini-Movie Method, along with other offerings he’ll be adding for beginners, will serve as a basis for bringing new writers into ScreenwritingU’s six-month, intensive, ProSeries screenwriting class. Over 100 graduates of ScreenwritingU’s flagship ProSeries have been optioned, sold, or produced in the last two years. The company’s clients get results by consistently winning or placing as finalists in national writing contests, securing agent or management representation, and selling, optioning, or having screenplays produced. See those results at http://www.screenwritingu.com/buzz.
About Chris Soth
Chris Soth used his experience as a successful screenwriter and master storyteller to design the Mini-Movie Method. The program differs from the traditional three-act structure of theater by teaching writers to develop screenplays the way they are filmed, like the reels of a movie or chapters of a novel. His movie Firestorm was sold to Savoy Pictures for a million dollars. He has multiple projects in development at major Hollywood studios and is an expert at pitching and selling screenplays.
Soth says about his new alliance with ScreenwritingU, “I’ve been an admirer of Hal Croasmun and ScreenwritingU for years. Hal is a colleague who gives great value to writers. With my dedication to revolutionizing movie structure and making better movies, I view licensing the Mini-Movie Method to ScreenwritingU as a great way to spread the word about my system.” See Soth’s Million Dollar Screenwriting website http://www.milliondollarscreenwriting.com.
ScreenwritingU is a Los Angeles-based company with clients worldwide who are building careers as screenwriters. The company provides highest quality screenwriting classes, teleconferences, newsletters, and articles; special events for meeting Hollywood producers, agents, and managers; screenwriting contests and opportunities for landing jobs; and access to exclusive offers from top script marketing sites, critique services, and coaches.
The company’s vision is to offer a selection of highly regarded screenwriting teachers and software to people who are writing their first screenplay or first draft and lead them on the most organized and effective track into the movie industry.
Script Magazine named ScreenwritingU number one in its list of Top 10 Screenwriting Courses. TomCruise.com says, “The professional advice and training offered by Screenwriting U – both as an online news source for screenwriters and a professional school with online classes – gives aspiring writers the opportunity to learn more about their craft regardless of where they live in the world.”