More exciting Big Sur Screenwriting Workshop news! A scholarship (or two? Maybe) could be in your future! (And a Bread shout-out)

The Big Sur Screenwriting Workshop is live, it’s accelerating, and it’s acting all juggernaut-like!>

We are now taking submissions for the April 12-14 event, and time, in our opinion, should be of the essence.  I mean, have you seen the faculty recently?

Faculty member Pamela Katz, screenwriter and Adjunct Professor at the Kanbar Institute of Film & Television at NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts

And exhibit B: it looks as if a kind benefactor or two may be offering to provide a scholarship to cover the tuition for a lucky applicant.  This isn’t in stone yet, but we’re working hard behind the scenes to make it happen.

Of course, scholarship or not, the submission fee (different than the tuition, naturally) is a mere $25, and of course, it goes to a good cause, namely the Henry Miller Library, the non-profit art center mother ship that is making this all possible.


You know, sometimes words can fail us and we lack the language and grammatical acumen to truly express our unsolicited advice to all those aspiring screenwriters out there.

And it’s in times like these that we turn to the timeless wisdom of Bread (namely David Gates.)

So if you’re considering the workshop, don’t delay: surrender sweetly to the Big Sur Screenwriting Workshop.

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