Fresh Idea to First Draft - INFO & APPLICATION
"From Fresh Idea to First Draft" is a 6-week online workshop where you get world-class support in developing your new idea with inspiration and instruction from Paul Foley’s 6 step process.

On Mondays at 7pm PST, workshops will take place in video calls where Paul will explain the principles for that week, then give you concrete tasks to keep you progressing, which will be followed by a Q & A to be sure you have total clarity on next steps.

In between workshops, there's an on-going discussion in the Facebook group (moderated by Brooks Elms) where you can ask follow-up questions, talk shop, share wins about your progress and more.

Brooks will also pair off each participant for in-depth peer to peer feedback and to support each other with accountability on personal goals for the week.

At the end of the workshop, as your draft develops, you will also get Paul Foley's direct feedback and actionable suggestions for future drafts.

Video sessions will be recorded and available on-demand, even after the workshop has ended.

The workshop costs $495. Former beneficiaries of the TV Writers Fund for the Future get 20% off, saving $100, for a total price of $395.


**Paul Foley has written and rewritten projects for Disney, Twentieth Century Fox, Jim Henson Productions, NBC Television Studios, Universal Studios, Warner Bros and Vanguard Animation. He received his M.F.A. at USC's Graduate Screenwriting Program.


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Email address *
What's your name? *
Were you a beneficiary of TV Writers Fund for the Future? *
Please share a sentence or two about an idea you’re considering to develop into a screenplay, if accepted into the workshop. *
What's your writing experience level? *
If there was one outcome you could get from this workshop, what would that be? *
What time zone do you live in? *
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