The entertainment industry is in daily requirement for stories and scripts. This includes writing for television, films, radio as well as the stage and involves a lot of creativity along with impeccable language skills.
Scripting has always been an integral part of the multi-million pound entertainment industry. It provides the base for a great production and script writers has been appreciated with awards at many prestigious meets like BAFTA or the OSCARS. Script is the starting point of the most dramatic of films and the most of the robust plays. All of the romance that leaves you wondering, action that leaves you terrified and the dialogues that gets ingrained into your memory originates from the pen of the scriptwriter.
If you want to be a professional writer, be present at the BAFTA events and go to film festivals across the globe, this might be the course that you are looking for. This course will give the opportunity to learn all about scriptwriting for different media and how to hone your skills to meet the audience and production expectations and emerge as the very best. You will also learn about the unique talents that the market and the industry are looking for.
The course will enable the learners to gather the essential skills in writing for a show, films or any other programme. The learners will learn how to conceive an original idea, carve it into a story and then a script for rendering it into a form of media. You will also learn to polish your already existent writing skills. The course focuses on the needs and realities of the current television, film, stage and radio industries and provides you insight as well as practical knowledge.
The course delves into the techniques and processes for writing for the different media, familiarises you with the styles and formats in regards to them.
So, if you are a beginner in the filed or aspire to be in it, this course will assist you reach those aims. It will also be helpful to the professionals who strive to make it to the next level in the area of script writing.
UNIT 1: GETTING STARTED
UNIT 2: WRITING FOR RADIO
UNIT 3: WRITING FOR TELEVISION
UNIT 4: TELEMOVIES
UNIT 5: THE FEATURE FILM