Writing: Screenwriting

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Everyone has a story to tell. What’s yours?

This class is an introductory course in writing for the screen.  The goal is to provide you with basic tools and principles of screenwriting in order to write a feature length screenplay: Students will learn the building blocks of contemporary storytelling: screenwriting format, structure, crafting the central idea, character development, pitching their movie, loglines and Hollywood shorthand.

Students will complete a title, logline and outline/synopsis for an intended screenplay 

A suggested book to purchase is “Save the Cat” by Blake Snyder.

Meet the instructor:

Patrick Page is a professor of Screenwriting, He’s a produced and working writer. He is a member of the Writers Guild of America. Mr. Page is creator, writer producer, “Early Edition” airing on CBS, 1996- 2000.

Dates/Time/Location

January 16 through February 13, 2013, 7p- 9p, New River Campus

Cost $110

To Register 843-525-8205 or click here to register online (XPFD 980 20)

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