Screenwriters’ Workshops

With the six-week workshop beginning Sat 10 February, join in either in person at Boise’s JUMP or online.

Join our Screenwriter’s Workshops happening every week in JUMP’s PLAY studio. Story artists are invited to bring their screenplays for story discussion. Develop your screenplay to the point of setting up a table read. Collaborate and network as a community of screenwriters gather at JUMP to discuss the art of writing stories for the screen. 

Read more about it on JUMP’s website.


  • Do you, or someone you know, want to learn how to write a script for the big screen?
  • Have you thought of entering the i48 Film Festival, but don’t feel you have the skills needed?
  • Are you an author with a published book or short story that would make a great film?

The Catalyst Arts Collaborative* now has an 8-week SCREENWRITING 101 class. It will run Wednesday evenings 8 Feb. through 29 March (6:30 – 7:30 p.m. MT). SPACES ARE LIMITED. Instructor: Sherry Briscoe

*2417 W. Bank Drive, Boise

In this class

  • You’ll learn all the basics of screenwriting
  • You’ll write a screenplay from start to finish

Note: The Catalyst is actively seeking instructors in related fields, such as: camera operation, sound, and directing

Happy Horror-days

Hallowe’en has passed, but every month is a good month for excellent horror. Screenwriters, feast your eyes on these “Best Horror Movie Scripts of All Time” from The Script Lab. All it takes is a free sign-up to be able to dissect pages and pages of the greatest scary and terrifying movie scripts:

Halloween, Alien, Scream, 28 Days Later, The Exorcist, The Thing (1982), Hereditary, The Conjuring, Candyman, A Quiet Place, Night of the Living Dead, Insidious