Downtown Library Free 5 Week Screenwriting 101
(released 9/18/2013)

Downtown Orlando Public Library will be offering Screenwriting 101 starting October 1, 2013. For one hour every Tuesday in October from 6:30p.m. to 7:30p.m., the class will meet in the Albertson Room of the main library branch located at 101 E. Central Blvd.

According to Orange County Library's website, "Learn how to develop fascinating stories and bring them to the screen with Andrew Robinson, screenwriter and author of THE WRITING OF A SCREENPLAY and BUILDING A WRITING CAREER. From formatting and writing a script to getting it produced, this five-week series will teach you everything you need to know to see your ideas come alive in movies and TV shows."

Registration is required and is free to Orange County residents. You may register online using your library card here:

If you do not have a current library card, you may register by calling 407-835-7323 or stopping by any branch location in person. Non-residents of Orange County will be charged a $10.00 per class fee for each week you attend.

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