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World's Top Screenwriting Experts Come to Las Vegas
Published on Sun, Oct 14, 2012 (1:36 p.m.)Together they've sold over 2,500,000 books, spoken to over 750,000 people and toured over 40 countries. The 5 biggest screenwriting and story teachers in the world - SYD FIELD, CHRISTOPHER VOGLER, JOHN TRUBY, MICHAEL HAUGE and LINDA SEGER - come to the Las Vegas Marriott the weekend of December 7-9, 2012 for the famed SCREENWRITERS' SUMMIT. From LA to NY, Mexico City to Tel Aviv, Vancouver to Toronto, the Screenwriters' Summit has toured the world to sold-out audiences ranging from 200 to 450 people. This year, the only U.S. presentation of the event will be held in Las Vegas.
CNN called Syd Field "the guru of all screenwriters," while the Hollywood Reporter claimed Syd Field to be "the most sought-after screenwriting teacher in the world." The American Film Institute said John Truby "allows a writer to succeed in the fiercely competitive climate of Hollywood." Oscar-winning Writer/Director Ron Howard says, "I've used Linda Seger's concepts on all my films starting with Apollo 13." Superstar Will Smith said, "No one is better than Michael Hauge at finding what is most authentic in every moment of story.” And the LA Times said, "A seven-page memo by Christopher Vogler is now the stuff of Hollywood legend. The idea of a 'mythic structure' has been quickly accepted by Hollywood."
Don't miss this rare opportunity to hear 5 masters of the craft in a single weekend, and ONLY in Las Vegas the weekend of December 7-9, 2012.
For information: www.ScreenwritersSummit.com
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