Thanks to all who came out for the final workshop at Brock – a room full of engaged and entertaining students made for a most enjoyable session. I almost didn’t feel the extra two hours… almost. Six hours was a bit of a marathon, but fun for me anyway.
Back to San Francisco tomorrow morning, as long as Chicago is no longer snowed in…
Thanks in particular to Scott Henderson and Shannon and Stella and Amanda for making the trip so easy.
I’ve been thoroughly enjoying my various lectures and presentations up in the Great White North. The biggie is tomorrow (Sat 20th), 12-4pm (at least) on the Brock campus in AS456 (wherever that is…). It’s going to be an introduction to all things screenwritingy – yes, that is now a word – and it is free so, all you Brock related humans, come along.
We’ll even get into embarrassing and public critiques of your scripts and story ideas at the end – constructive, of course.
I have been invited by the Department of Communication, Popular Culture and Film to give a series of workshops to their students. I’ll be talking to the undergrads on Thursday, the MAs on Friday and giving a free half day introductory workshop on Saturday.
Here’s the rather cool poster for the Saturday event: