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Screenwriting 1: The Nuts and Bolts of Screenwriting
DATE & TIME
06/05/2017 – 7-10 PM
06/12/2017 – 7-10 PM
06/19/2017 – 7-10 PM
06/26/2017 – 7-10 PM
07/03/2017 – 7-10 PM
07/10/2017 – 7-10 PM
07/17/2017 – 7-10 PM
07/24/2017 – 7-10 PM
INSTRUCTOR Heather Hughes
Nuts and Bolts of Screenwriting lays the groundwork for screenplay writing by providing students with a total immersion in script structure and the craft of writing for the screen. The class will read, view, and discuss four feature-length screenplays. As we examine scripts of vastly different styles, students will begin work on their own feature-length ideas, exploring the concept and creating the foundation for a story.
This class offers an in-depth study of creating characters for the screen, and students will write short descriptive biographies of their own story’s characters. Tuition includes access to the scripts used in class.
The first course in a four course sequence in which students can finish a complete feature length screenplay.
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