April 15, 2015 • 12:23 am
Pam Malik sent in the following post for Annapolis MWA members:
My new Indie company is planning to adapt a book into a film. Looking for a scriptwriter new that can be interested in taking a risk with a future payback. We are all doing it on spec, and hope to have a complete product in about a year or so. If interested, I would be interested in talking to the interested parties.
Genre …General audience, quality reading for all ages.
Contact Information… email@example.com
This is a story of a feral kid who actually lived with the wolves for five years of his early life till a hunter brought him out of the
jungles. A fiction based on true facts.
Filed under: fiction writing, film production
October 29, 2011 • 5:31 pm
The Annapolis/Anne Arundel County Chapter of the Maryland Writers’ Association (MWA) will host Screenwriter Khris Baxter on Wednesday, December 21, 2011 at 6:30 p.m. in room 205 at Maryland Hall. Title: Screenwriting – Soup to Nuts.
Khris Baxter is a screenwriter, producer, and script consultant. He teaches screenwriting at The Writer’s Center in Bethesda in MD, Gettysburg College in PA, and the low-residency M.F.A. at Queens University in Charlotte, NC. His body of work includes many optioned screenplays and one produced film. He is a member of the Virginia Film Office where he is a judge for the annual Screenwriting Competition.
Khris Baxter provided the following handouts during his talk:
Screenwriting Resources (pdf)
3 Act Structure (pdf)
Filed under: december speaker, film production, Khris Baxter, screenwriting