Once a script is finished… it’s not. If writing is rewriting, how does one approach that crucial piece of the process? Ken LaZebnik offers an overview of rewriting strategy in this workshop, which will help you see your script with new eyes. The session will include a rewriting exercise for all attendees, applying what has been discussed. Come with pencils, ready to write, erase and write some more.
Ken LaZebnik writes for television, film and theatre. He shares story credit with Garrison Keillor on director Robert Altman’s last film, A Prairie Home Companion. LaZebnik wrote the Lionsgate film Thomas Kinkade’s Christmas Cottage, starring Peter O’Toole, and has written for television for twenty-five years, including eight years as a writer/producer for Touched by an Angel. He also has written for Army Wives, Providence, Star Trek: Enterprise and When Calls the Heart on the Hallmark Channel.
LaZebnik is the director of the Stephens College Low-Residency M.F.A. in Television and Screenwriting. It’s a new M.F.A. based in Los Angeles, with a mission to increase the number of women writing for film and TV. It features two ten-day workshops each year, held at the Jim Henson Studios in Hollywood.
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