Zaki Gordon Institute co-founder, Dan Gordon, writer of The Hurricane, Wyatt Earp, Passenger 57 and many other screenplays, play adaptations and novels, will take you first hand through his writing process. From concept to polished script, this dynamic, two-day workshop will cover what it takes to be a succesful writer .

Gordon is a master storyteller who creates indelible characters and relationships. From Kevin Bacon’s haunting portrayal of Henry Young in Murder in the First to Kevin Costner’s darkly heroic lawman in Wyatt Earp, from Aidan Quinn’s conflicted spy in The Assignment to Denzel Washington’s towering portrayal of Rubin Carter in The Hurricane, Gordon’s characters are marked by their struggle to maintain their humanity in the face of overwhelming adversity. In addition to his long list of films, Gordon adapted the eight-time Oscar winning movie and novel Terms of Endearment for the stage. The production toured the UK starring Linda Gray of Dallas fame.

Don’t miss this incredible opportunity to learn from a master. Seating is limited, so please reserve your space early. Call 928-649-4276

Cost $125 for both days

Dates & Time Saturday, August 30 & Sunday, August 31

Location Zaki Gordon Institute for Independent Filmmaking,
Yavapai College’s Sedona Center for Arts & Technology
4215 Arts Village Drive, Sedona (89A & Cultural Park Place)