TheFilmSchool is a non-profit film program located in Seattle, Washington, that focuses on intensive training in screenwriting and directing. TheFilmSchool's mission statement 'to elevate the art of cinematic storytelling' guides the curriculum to heavily emphasize character, structure, and understanding the principles of storytelling. The program was founded in 2003 by Stewart Stern, John Jacobsen, Rick Stevenson, Warren Etheredge, and Tom Skerritt.ContestsTheFilmSchool launched the Great American Short Screenplay Contest in 2008, in partnership with the Seattle International Film Festival. Christopher McQuarrie, Academy Award-winning screenwriter of The Usual Suspects, called TheFilmSchool "probably the best place in the world to study story.”StaffActor Robert Redford joined TheFilmSchool Advisory Board in 2008. All the founders still teach in the 3 Week Intensive. Various other producers, writers, and directors teach at the establishment. These include: John Jacobsen, Rick Stevenson, Warren Etheredge, and Stewart Stern, screenwriter of Rebel Without A Cause.
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