Develop your movie idea before you start writing your screenplay!

With this simple e-course, we’ll guide you every step of the way, with daily assignments and advice from some of Hollywood’s top screenwriters. We’ll help you avoid common mistakes in the conceptual phase, before you spend many weeks or months writing your script. 

Welcome to ScreenCraft’s genre eCourse, Develop Your Comedy Movie Idea in 15 Days! Wanting to write a film in a different genre? Click here to see all our eCourses.

Through carefully structured daily assignments and exercises delivered every morning to your email inbox, we will guide you through the process of brainstorming, conceiving, structuring and getting your movie idea ready for writing a screenplay. We’ll also point out some common conceptual mistakes that many new screenwriters make.

You’ll need to dedicate at least one hour per day. We’ll provide you with exactly what you need to create a finished script. All you need to bring is an openness to learn and a passion for storytelling. You don’t even need to have a premise yet.  Sign up below!

Price: only $39

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“ScreenCraft is an amazing organization.”

– James V. Hart (award-winning screenwriter of HOOK, directed by Steven Spielberg, DRACULA, directed by Francis Ford Coppola, and CONTACT, directed by Robert Zemeckis)

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“ScreenCraft catapulted my career years ahead of even my most optimistic expectations… [and] has helped me land top-tier representation and put me in a position to pitch projects to major studios.”

– Robert Haffey (screenwriter)

What you’ll learn:

 How to choose a good premise

 How to identify your film’s main themes

 How to create empathy for your characters

 How to develop a valuable outline of story structure

 How to identify and intensify the core conflict in your story

“If you have a good idea, get it out there. For every idea I’ve realized, I have ten I sat on for a decade till someone else did it first. Write it. Shoot it. Publish it. Crochet it, sauté it, whatever. MAKE.”

– Joss Whedon (Avengers, Toy StoryBuffy the Vampire Slayer)