By Chris Soth
May 31, 2005, 15:04

Sat & Sun, June 4th & 5th


Learn from a master, studio-produced screenwriter Chris Soth in a private intensive, MILLION-DOLLAR SCREENWRITING SEMINAR Saturday and Sunday, June 4th and 5th from 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. in the Director's Room, Holiday Inn, 2005 N. Highland, Hollywood (323-876-8600,

Chris will introduce his revolutionary new Mini-Movie Method of story design, where a two-hour movie is structured as eight fifteen minute films.

Though they have been used since the beginning of filmic storytelling, Mini-Movies or “sequences” are an industry secret not taught in any other course, book or seminar - even film schools don't cover them with the depth, scope and breadth that MILLION-DOLLAR SCREENWRITING will. Once
you learn these secrets, you'll never go back to the ordinary three-act structure again!

CHRIS SOTH, BA in Dramatic Literature, MFA Screenwriting, sold his screenplay, FIRESTORM, to Fox Studios for $750,000 while still a student at USC Film School.

He has since made more than a million dollars as a screenwriter and taught at USC and UCLA. And he believes anyone can do it -- Chris developed The Mini-Movie Method to teach the best and simplest techniques available in the
most efficient and illuminating way to anyone who wants to write a screenplay.

Unlike other screenwriting seminars, Million-Dollar Screenwriting is a practical, hands-on, step-by-step, method, taught by a professional screenwriter who is pitching, selling and working in the industry RIGHT NOW. Learn how smaller sequences can lead to bigger bucks in just one weekend.

Capacity is limited to 50 students and seats are still available through

For further information, please contact Mr.
Soth through the website or at

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