Dec 1, 2010

Creative Studios Workshop

Creative Studios is Proud to Bring Three Distinct Master Series Workshops with Marilyn Atlas to Atlanta.

"I'm so excited to be bringing Marilyn Atlas to Atlanta to teach workshops at Creative Studios. Her latest work has just been picked up by Lifetime. She's an award winning producer, screenwiter, and personal talent manager. Marilyn has so much beneficial information to share the television and film community in Atlanta for both production and the talent." said owner of Creative Studios of Atlanta, Ken Feinberg.


Pick ANY or ALL!

ACTING & AUDITIONING FOR THE DECISION MAKERS, THE PRODUCERS: Creating the Character & Script Analyis Through the Imagination
Saturday, Dec. 4th: 2:30 to 6 - Limited Spaces..... Only $99

"MOMAGER" WORKSHOP- Managing Your Kids Acting Career
Are you a Mom busy managing your child's acting career but don't need or want a manager? This is an ideal course for "Momagers" or actors managing their own careers.

Sunday, Dec. 5th: 10:30 am-1 pm - Limited Spaces..........Only $55

Learn screen writing by an award winning LA film producer and screenwriter.

Marilyn can tell you what is being bought now? What's not! Learn the creative process and busimess side of writing and selling a marketable script. Marilyn will share her tips and years of inside the industry knowledge for you. Also, actors can learn to write their own materials and stop waiting to be cast in the ideal role...write it yourself!

Sunday, Dec. 5th: 2-6 pm- ......................................Only $99

Save $10 when you register and pay for two workshops, $20 off for registering and paying for all three workshops.

HURRY..... Limited Spaces!

More About Marilyn: Atlas

Marilyn is an award-winning producer and personal manager, Marilyn R. Atlas is equally at home in the worlds of film, television, and live theater. Among her credits as film producer are “Real Women Have Curves” for HBO, which won the Audience Award at the Sundance Film Festival. In addition to producing a variety of programming for the cable/ pay TV market, Marilyn has served as a production consultant on the film “Call Me.” She was also involved as a producer in the development of the MOW “Nightwalker” and “Playing for Keeps.”

In live theater, Marilyn co-produced the West Coast premiere of the musical “God Bless You Mr. Rosewater” by Ashman and Menken, writers of both “Little Shop of Horrors” and “Beauty and the Beast.” She also co-produced the award-winning play “To Gillian on Her 37th Birthday,” which was made into a film starring Michelle Pfeiffer and Peter Gallagher. Her additional credits as a producer in live theater include “Today’s special” and “As I Sing.”

Marilyn has served as Casting Director for feature films, including John Frankenheimer’s “The Equals” and “The Whiz.” She is a founding member of Women in Film’s Luminas Committee which supports the portrayal of women in non-stereotypical roles in film and television. Along with director and actress Dorothy Lyman, Marilyn founded ADT, a director’s theatre, and served on its advisory board.

Marilyn is a member of NALIP, the National Association of Latino Independent Producers. She has spoken at their Writers’ and Producers’ retreats, the DGA-sponsored LA Asian Film Festival, as well as various other symposia for the Sherman Oaks Experimental College, Santa Fe Screenwriters Conference, and Richard Krevolin’s USC Screenwriting Retreat covering such topics as: “Creating for the Actor: Carving Memorable, Inhabitable Characters” and “Ever-Evolving Marketplace: What’s Hot, Why and for How Long…” Marilyn has also taught several actor workshops on creating “Multiple Viewpoints – One Core” for actors as well as “Acting and Auditioning for Producers.” She has spoken at the Texas Bar Association and was a guest lecturer at Whittier Law School.

Marilyn has spoken at various colleges, including Skyline, Stephens, and at the University of Texas – San Antonio’s Adalante Latino Film Festival. She has served as the professional-in-residence (in theater and film) at Ball State University, and was the guest speaker at the International Writer’s Conference at Hollins University. She structured intensive course at Skyline College in San Francisco covering the inception, development and promotion of a script in “The Business of Screenwriting: The Idea – and its Execution.” She has also been a guest at UCLA and USC, where she teaches a course on creating non-stereotypical three-dimensional characters.

Marilyn is working on a development slate that includes the pilot “MacArthur Park,” first developed for Showtime, and the sold pilot “Untitled Posse Project” to ABC Family. She set up the MOW “Bitterroot” at the Hallmark Channel and Starz. Atlas is presently developing “Lucy Luna,” an untitled cable movie, and the feature “Suburban Turban” is set for late Fall 2010. She is also presently developing a musical adaptation of “Real Women Have Curves” with the Goodman Theatre in Chicago to be part of their theatre Festival in 2010. She produced the musical version of “Real Women Have Curves”. In Los Angeles.

In addition to Marilyn’s film/TV credits, she has sold the novels “Chasing the Jaguar” to HarperCollins, “Hungry Woman in Paris” to Grand Central Publishing, and the “Ave Maria Bed & Breakfast” to Hachette Publishing.

Marilyn is committed to projects that reflect diversity and the portrayal of non–stereotypical characters. She will be published in “Now Write!” a screenwriting guide coming out in January 2011 by Tarcher Publishing.


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