Stage 32 Screenwriting Lab: Write Your 1 Hour Pilot for A Major Streamer in 10 Weeks (March 2023)

Payment plans available - contact edu@stage32.com for details
Taught by Charlie Osowik

$999
Lab Schedule (10 sessions):
Sunday, Mar 5TH 12 - 2PM PST
Sunday, Mar 12TH 12 - 2PM PDT
Sunday, Mar 19TH 12 - 2PM PDT
Sunday, Mar 26TH 12 - 2PM PDT
Sunday, Apr 2ND 12 - 2PM PDT
Sunday, Apr 16TH 12 - 2PM PDT
Sunday, Apr 23RD 12 - 2PM PDT
Sunday, Apr 30TH 12 - 2PM PDT
Sunday, May 7TH 12 - 2PM PDT
Sunday, May 14TH 12 - 2PM PDT
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Charlie Osowik is an independent literary manager and native to Toledo, Ohio. He began his career interning at top international sales companies such as FilmNation, Sierra/Affinity and Voltage, amongst others. His first full-time entertainment job was working as an assistant to the CEO of MGM. After two years there, he went on to work for a partner in the feature literary department at Gersh, where he stayed for another two years. It was there that he realized his passion for guiding writers and directors could be turned into a career.   In June 2018 he established his own company, Charles Osowik Management. He quickly secured deals for his clients with Warner Bros, DC, HBOMax, Comedy Central, Gunpowder & Sky and many others. He has had a writer client begin as staff writer on Season one of DOOM PATROL for HBOMax and rise all the way to Producer level for Season four. He most recently secured a Supervising Producer level staffing position for a client writing DEAD BOY DETECTIVES for HBOMax and closed a feature writing deal with Confluential Entertainment. Charlie loves all genres and is thankful to have clients working in all formats and tones. He is a firm believer in quality over quantity and surrounds himself with people who deeply connect with what they do.   Full Bio »

Summary

A New Exclusive Writing Lab

Payment plans available - email edu@stage32.com to learn more

Work one-on-one with a top Hollywood manager as you write your one-hour pilot for a major streaming platform.

Only 9 Spots Still Available - Grab Your Spot Before They Are Gone

 

HBO Max, Disney+, Netflix, Amazon Prime, Apple TV, Paramount+...

Do you want to write for them?

Their audiences want amazing new shows every day. But the bar is set high. That's where Stage 32 comes in.

Whether you want to sell a show or be staffed on a series, the first step is writing a great one-hour pilot script.

In this exclusive Stage 32 lab, you’ll work one-on-one with top Hollywood manager Charlie Osowik to craft your pilot script over 10 interactive sessions.

Professional screenwriters work with managers like Charlie to develop their ideas, pitch concepts, and get feedback on drafts. This relationship ultimately leads to a stronger script that executives are more likely to get excited about, and that is the exact process you’ll be going through in this lab. At the end of 10 intensive weeks, you’ll have a completed script, vetted and developed by an industry professional.

Charlie is a literary manager who built a successful international sales career at FilmNation, Sierra/Affinity, Voltage, and MGM, so he knows what buyers are looking for. Since establishing his own company, he’s had numerous writers staffed (like on the HBO Max series DOOM PATROL and DEAD BOY DETECTIVES) and helped them develop and sell original material (DUST).

In addition to your five one-on-one meetings with Charlie, you will also have access to him via email for the entire duration of the class, and you'll be connected with the other writers in the lab through a private Stage 32 Lounge.

With limited spots available for this lab, you’re guaranteed specialized attention for your script and the time to build relationships with your fellow writers. But don’t wait too long to sign up.

Spots to work one-on-one with Charlie are limited and only 9 spots remain... and they’re going fast.

Take advantage of this incredible opportunity to work with an industry pro and write your pilot script for a major streamer now!

What You'll Learn

WEEK 1: Introduction, Elements of a TV Series

This week we will cover the syllabus, your goals for this lab and launch into a discussion of what elements you have to create for a successful pilot/sample. Some of the topics discussed will be:

  • Story Engine
  • Setting
  • Research
  • Likable vs. Relatable Characters
  • Effective Antagonists
  • Themes
  • Ensembles vs. Star Vehicles
  • Finding your "template show"

Q&A with Charlie

The assignments for this week will be:

  • Write a half-page description of the concept of the pilot you intend to write.
  • Find a template for your pilot
  • Write a detailed description (around half a page) on each of your series' regular characters

WEEK 2: Pilot Concept Consultations (Writers will meet virtually one-on-one with Charlie)

This week will consist of one-on-one consultations regarding the concept you plan on writing for the course. Each writer will send in their pilot concept or a list of concepts that they are open to developing for the course and will receive guidance on which would be best to develop.

WEEK 3: Pilot Structure and Story Mapping

This week we will discuss the function of a beat outline. Topics that will be covered:

  • Pilot Structure
  • Plot and Subplots
  • Episodic vs. Serialized Pilots
  • Pacing
  • Stakes
  • Mystery/Suspense/Anticipation
  • The reason to use act breaks even for a streaming sample
  • Page Counts
  • Appropriate number of characters
  • Budget and production considerations

Q&A with Charlie

The assignment for this week will be to write a beat outline for your pilot.

WEEK 4: Pilot Outline Consultations (Writers will meet virtually one-on-one with Charlie)

This week will consist of one-on-one consultations regarding the pilot structure. Each writer will send in their pilot outline in advance and will have a remote consultation to discuss what works and what doesn’t.

The assignment for the week is to address any notes given on the outline before proceeding

WEEK 5: Acts One and Two

This week we will go over all the necessary story beats that exist in Acts 1 and 2 of a drama pilot. Topics that will be covered:

  • World-building
  • Rules of the universe
  • Establishing character
  • Setting tone
  • Creating a launch point for your pilot
  • Elements of a stronger teaser
  • Creating high stakes and tension
  • How and when to draw out the most unique elements of your pilot in the first 10 pages

Q&A with Charlie

The assignment this week will be to complete Acts 1 & 2 of your pilot.

WEEK 6: Writing Effective Scenes

We will discuss how to craft dense, efficient scenes. Topics that will be covered:

  • Structure of a scene
  • Building stakes
  • Multi-function scenes that move the plot forward, reveal character, and build the world
  • Avoid "dead" scenes
  • How to enter and leave scenes
  • Moving from scene to scene using character motivations
  • Writing visually
  • Nuanced dialogue and the value of subtext
  • The assignment this week will be to continue writing

WEEK 7: Pilot Acts One and Two Consultations (Writers will meet virtually one-on-one with Charlie)

This week will consist of one-on-one consultations regarding the first half of your pilot. Each writer will send in their draft in advance and will have a phone consultation to discuss what works and what doesn’t.

The assignment for the week is to address any notes given.

WEEK 8: Acts Three, Four, and Five

We will cover the necessary story beats that traditionally exist in acts 3 – 4 or 5 of a drama pilot. Topics that will be covered:

  • Building subplots
  • Increasing layers and complexity
  • Making sure every character has a place in the puzzle and begins an arc
  • Writing dense scenes that move the story forward as well as reveal character
  • How to create a series launch point at the end of your pilot
  • Common pilot writing mistakes

Q&A with Charlie

The assignment will be to complete the first draft of the entire pilot.

WEEK 9: Pilot Acts Three, Four, and Five Consultations (Writers will meet virtually one-on-one with Charlie)

This week will consist of one-on-one consultations on acts three, four, and five of your pilot. Each writer will send in their draft in advance and will have a phone consultation to go over notes.

The assignment will be to address and notes submit the completed first draft of your pilot script.

WEEK 10 – Finished Pilot Consultations (Writers will meet virtually one-on-one with Charlie)

This week will consist of one-on-one consultations on your first draft. Each writer will send in their first draft in advance and will have a phone consultation to go over notes.


WHAT TO EXPECT:

  • This class is designed for beginner and intermediate writers looking to write a one-hour pilot for a streamer from concept to first draft. This is an in-depth, practical, and detailed class with significantly more content than a standard 90-minute webinar.
  • This class will consist of 10 sessions, each roughly two hours in duration and spaced one week apart from one another, including three one-on-one sessions to work directly with the instructor. In addition to the presentation-style lessons where your host will be walking you through developing a pilot into a first draft, you will have the opportunity to ask her questions during each session.
  • You will be held accountable to take the lessons from each week and move your work forward.
  • Plus, to stay motivated and inspired, you will have access to a private, dedicated Stage 32 Lounge where you can communicate with your fellow classmates throughout the process.
  • **Charlie will be available via email during the 10 sessions to answer any questions you have about your project.**

Payment plans are available - please contact edu@stage32.com for more information.

About Your Instructor

Charlie Osowik is an independent literary manager and native to Toledo, Ohio. He began his career interning at top international sales companies such as FilmNation, Sierra/Affinity and Voltage, amongst others. His first full-time entertainment job was working as an assistant to the CEO of MGM. After two years there, he went on to work for a partner in the feature literary department at Gersh, where he stayed for another two years. It was there that he realized his passion for guiding writers and directors could be turned into a career.

 

In June 2018 he established his own company, Charles Osowik Management. He quickly secured deals for his clients with Warner Bros, DC, HBOMax, Comedy Central, Gunpowder & Sky and many others. He has had a writer client begin as staff writer on Season one of DOOM PATROL for HBOMax and rise all the way to Producer level for Season four. He most recently secured a Supervising Producer level staffing position for a client writing DEAD BOY DETECTIVES for HBOMax and closed a feature writing deal with Confluential Entertainment. Charlie loves all genres and is thankful to have clients working in all formats and tones. He is a firm believer in quality over quantity and surrounds himself with people who deeply connect with what they do.

 

Schedule

Sunday March 5th – 12pm-2pm PST

Sunday March 12th – 12pm-2pm PST

Sunday March 19th – 12pm-2pm PST

Sunday March 26th – 12pm-2pm PST

Sunday April 2nd – 12pm-2pm PST

Sunday April 16th – 12pm-2pm PST

Sunday April 23rd – 12pm-2pm PST

Sunday April 30th – 12pm-2pm PST

Sunday May 7th – 12pm-2pm PST

Sunday May 14th – 12pm-2pm PST

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Q: What is the format of a lab?
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Q: Do I have to be located in a specific location?
A: No, you can participate from the comfort of your own home using your personal computer! If you attend a live online webinar, you will be able to communicate directly with your instructor during the class.

Q: What are the system requirements?
A: You will need to meet the following system requirements in order to run the webinar software: Windows 7 or later Mac OS X 10.9 (Mavericks) or later.
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Q: What if I cannot attend the live lab class?
A: If you attend a live online class, you will be able to communicate directly with your instructor during the class. If you cannot attend a live class, you will have access to the entire recorded broadcast, including the Q&A. Plus, your instructor will be available via email throughout the lab.

Q: Will I have access to the lab afterward to rewatch?
A: Yes! After the purchase of the lab, you will have on-demand access to the video recording, which you can view as many times as you'd like!

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