The Apollo Workshop: Storytelling in Film and Television (formerly The Filmmakers Workshop) is a weekend conference connecting 25 talented aspiring filmmakers with 25 members of our faculty of Hollywood screenwriters, producers, executives and talent representatives. It will take place in August 14-16, 2015 on the UCLA campus. And imagine this: the workshop is completely free of charge — free tuition, free room and board, and even travel stipends to those coming from outside of Southern California. The Apollo Workshop offers training in two critical areas: Storytelling Development and Career Development. Click here to learn more and apply.]]>
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