“Gordon-Elliott’s razor-sharp wit hits the mark throughout.” 

~ LA Weekly

"Caroline's help with my script has been absolutely invaluable-- she saved my butt.

~ Assaf in Los Angeles

"Caroline was so helpful to me in writing my first screenplay. I had no idea what I was doing. She taught me everything I needed to know."

~ Pete W. in Brooklyn

"Caroline was super easy to work with, so nice and friendly and welcoming and she really puts you at ease and makes you feel really important."

~ Katie M. in New York

"Thanks for showing me how to make my screenplay great!"

~ Roger Blake in New Mexico 

online workshops

The Script Writers Workshop is an opportunity for screenwriters of all levels to get professional feedback from story coach, Caroline Gordon-Elliott, and hear thoughts and ideas from a group of writers.

Join us as a Workshopper or Spectator.

We have two Workshopper spots the rest are Spectator spots. As a Spectator, you can participate in the discussion, or just sit and listen. As a Workshopper, you can use your time however you want, including:

  1. Tell us your concept and Caroline will help you flesh it out.

  2. Bring your questions about screenwriting, and we'll answer them!

  3. Show us your outline, and Caroline will critique it.

  4. Practice your pitch on us, and we'll give you feedback.

F.A.Q.s

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Caroline graduated from Vassar College with a Bachelor of Arts degree in drama and political science. She immediately hopped into her hand-me-down Honda and left her childhood home in NYC to drive to Los Angeles. For the ten years she spent there, in addition to writing a bunch of screenplays, she wrote and produced three plays, co-founded the hit online sketch comedy show, The Monkey Box, and worked as a story producer in Reality TV. LA Weekly thought Caroline was funny and smart, and had razor-sharp wit, which meant a lot to her ego. Caroline has experience writing for other people, with other people, around other people, and sometimes even getting to write her own stuff as well. Now back in New York, she lives with her three little girls, her husband, their dog, three (pet) rats, and ten(ish) fish.

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