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As screenwriters, we're often told to make something to show our work: produce a web series, fund your own film, or make a graphic novel. Having a finished product is always advantageous to show off your work. But a web series or an indie film is a daunting and full-time task, and not all of us have the artistic connections or drawing skills to make a comic book.
Luckily for you, there's a medium that will show your work off that costs almost nothing, and that you can start right now: a narrative podcast!
This Four-Week Class Will Cover:
Who Should Take This Class? This class is for podcasting noobs with an interest in creating their first narrative podcast.
What's the Takeaway? At the end of this class, you will have a completed pilot episode of your podcast - recording and all!
Alex Switzky has over five years of experience in the podcast field as a host, editor, producer and scriptwriter. As producer and editor he has worked on over 200 episodes of various podcasts, including Paper Team. Alex has written for the scripted podcasts Conspiracy Theories, Mythology and Unsolved Murders for the Parcast network. Most recently he has worked with Adam Wingard (You're Next, The Guest, Death Note, Godzilla vs Kong) on developing the slate for Wingard's production company Montauk Chair Productions, and he is currently developing a pilot with a major production company. Alex listens to a truly unhealthy amount of podcasts each week, and lists his Bose QC25s among his most valuable possessions.
Immediately after registering, you will receive an Order Confirmation email that serves as the receipt for your registration. In the Order Summary section of this email you will find a link reading "CLICK HERE FOR INSTRUCTIONS" that will take you to your syllabus, instructions for submitting material (if any), and the link to join the Live Class. Sessions are conducted via video conferencing software ZOOM. You will receive a link to the recording of the session via email following the live session.
Payment plans are available for most multi-week classes. For 4-week programs, your balance will be due the second week of class. For longer programs, the balance will be broken up into 3 or 4 payments with the final payment due prior to the final week of class. Please note that you are responsible for the full price of the class even if you decide not to complete the program for any reason.
You may cancel for a full refund up to 72 hrs. prior to the start of the class. Cancellations requested after this deadline will be ineligible for refunds.
If you have any questions at all about this class, email our Director of Education Alexandra Davies at email@example.com!