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Written by Fran Severn   
Wednesday, 29 December 2010 15:43

 

If you’ve ever dreamed of writing a stunning novel or penning an award-winning film script based on the Chesapeake, here’s your chance.

 

James Bonnet is a veteran screenwriter (The Cross & the Switchblade) and TV writer (Barney Miller, Adam-12, Knot’s Landing) and a Board member of the Writers’ Guild of America, the union for professional screenwriters in L.A. For the past twenty years, he’s conducted weekend and week-long writing retreats in Los Angeles and France. This spring, he’s coming to Easton for “Storymaking on the Chesapeake,” Seven Day Writing Adventure Retreats.

 

Participants will explore writing principles, develop a script or story independently, work one-on-one with Bonnet, and discuss current and classic films and literature. At the end of the week, you’ll have a final draft and a strong foundation of the step-by-step fundamentals of creating successful stories or screenplays. It’s a truly intimate experience, since only 4 people are accepted for each retreat.

 

The dates for the retreats are March 27-April2 and April 3-9. They’ll be held at Easton’s Promise B&B. The cost for the retreat is $1650, with a $650 deposit. For more information, go to www.storymaking.com.

 

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