Script Surgery (Online)
There are many writers creating many ideas. A collaborative script development environment has proven to be an effective way for you to bring your work along and have it discussed and developed as a way of exploring new ideas and ongoing development...
There are many writers creating many ideas. A collaborative script development environment has proven to be an effective way for you to bring your work along and have it discussed and developed as a way of exploring new ideas and ongoing development.
On this engaging online short course you will join a small group of other writers to read and explore each other's work at a consistent time, in a supportive and creative environment.
It is a requirement of this course that you read each other's work beforehand. You will share your work in turn and learn how to critique each other's work with helpful and encouraging feedback, tips and solutions. In the final part of the course you will perform a section on your work.This course will be taught over University of the Arts London's online platform. Each session time is UK time (please check the local time when you book). To find out more about how online courses are taught please visit our dedicated Online Courses page.
- Critical reading and exploration of each other's work
- Peer-to-Peer discussion guided by mentors
- Ongoing task development and evaluation
- Focused critique of your ideas and plans
By the end of this course you should be able to:
- Use character, setting and theme to explore advanced themes and treatments
- Develop scripts in collaboration with other writers
- Critique your peer's work thoughtfully and constructively
- Perform your work with confidence
Intermediate: You should have previous experience in scriptwriting, or have completed Screenwriting: Introduction (Online) at London College of Communication.
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