THE ACADEMY OF FILM WRITING
ONLINE MASTER SCREENWRITING CLASSES
from author & award winning screenwriter max adams
Six Week Screenwriting Master Classes
Video Screenwriting Master Classes
Weekend Screenwriting Labs
2023 || 2024 SIX WEEK SCREENWRITING MASTER CLASSES SCHEDULE
01.10.23: The First 30 Pages
03.14.23: Mastering Story Momentum
05.16.23: Visual Writing
07.11.23: Dynamic Writing
09.05.23: Character Writing
11.07.23: Dialogue Writing
11.07.23: The First 30 Pages *special session
01.09.24: High Concept Writing
01.09.24: The First 30 Pages
03.12.24: Mastering Story Momentum
05.07.24: Visual Writing
07.09.24: Dynamic Writing
09.10.24: Character Writing
11.05.24: Dialogue Writing
—REGISTRATION FOR EARLY 2024 MASTER CLASSES IS OPEN—
2023 SCREENWRITING LABS SCHEDULE
About AFW Screenwriting Master Classes
Max Adams has been a keen mentor, champion and cheerleader. Her online classes have provided me with very specific and important screenwriting tools. My short script, Minerva’s War, was a 2014 Finalist at the Lady Filmmakers Film Festival in Beverly Hills as a direct result of learning and applying these techniques.
MAX ADAMS is an author and award winning screenwriter. She has written for Columbia Pictures, Sony Pictures, Tri-Star Pictures, Hollywood Pictures, Touchstone Pictures, Walt Disney Studios, Universal Pictures — and a couple others to remain unnamed because no one around here wants to get black listed.
Max is a former volunteer AFI Alumni reader and WGAw online mentor, has appeared as a speaker at, among other places, AMPAS, USC, and Film Arts Foundation, is an Adjunct Assistant Professor at University of Utah and a former lecturer & instructor at New York Film Academy, is the author of The Screenwriter’s Survival Guide AND The New Screenwriter’s Survival Guide, is the founder of two international online screenwriting workshops and has the dubious distinction of having been dubbed “Red Hot Adams” by Daily Variety for selling three pitches over a holiday weekend — which made her agents cry.
[In a good way.]
She answers now to both “Max” and “Red Hot” in crowds and dog parks.