"Amy not only taught but also motivated someone who knew absolutely nothing about screenwriting to finish a full-length screenplay in six months."
Maybe you've always dreamed that your book will one day be on the silver screen? Or maybe your book is already on its way to becoming a film and you want to understand the process? Whether you are considering adapting your own material, or just want to learn how adaptation works, Amy can provide guidance as your writing transitions from prose to script. She can provide instruction on the craft of screenwriting, advice on navigating the film business, and guidance on how to pitch your book as a possible film.
Amy is a playwright and screenwriter whose work includes the Merchant Ivory film Heights and plays that have been produced at theaters in NYC, London, Tel Aviv, San Francisco, Austin, and elsewhere. She is on the faculty of the NYU/Tisch Graduate School of Film and Television, and has also taught at Brooklyn College, Gotham Writers' Workshop, The Ensemble Studio Theatre, and New York Stage and Film's Powerhouse Program. Her play One Thing I Like to Say Is was a finalist for the 2006 Susan Smith Blackburn Prize, and Summer Cyclone and Heights are published by Dramatists Play Service.
Amy is available for a She Writes Virtual Lunch—
a comprehensive hour-long phone consultation for 100 bucks!