Part-Time Screenwriting Fundamentals is a course ideal for anyone serious about learning the craft of screenwriting and what it takes to be a professional screenwriter. It is held every Tuesday evening between 7pm-10pm.
Taught by an industry professional writing tutor, students will cover the necessary skills that are fundamental to screenwriting. This will include how to develop a cinematic concept, creating memorable characters, the importance of dramatic structure, writing dialogue and action, understanding genre and audience and the value of re-writing.
Students will also benefit from focused tuition on how to survive as a screenwriter, how to pitch a project and will receive professional feedback on their work.
- Understand how genre affects the story and audience
- Learn the various creative tools for developing an idea into a marketable concept for the big screen
- Learn how to pitch and present ideas in a professional setting
- Understand the basics of dramatic structure and how to format a screenplay
Time: Every Tuesday evening between 7pm-10pm
Minimum Age: 18 at start of course
Entry Requirements: Our Screenwriting Fundamentals (Part-Time) course is open enrolment and there are no entry requirements.
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Last updated May 4, 2016