Screenwriting Workshop

Elective Courses

CINE 116 - Screenwriting Workshop

ENGL 401
401 |Kathy DeMarco Van Cleve |M 2-5pm |LRSM 112B
402 |Keir Politz |T 4:30-7:30pm |FBH 141
403 |Keir Politz |R 4:30-7:30pm |FBH 25

This is a workshop-style course for those who have thought they had a terrific idea for a movie but didn't know where to begin. The class will focus on learning the basic tenets of classical dramatic structure and how this (ideally) will serve as the backbone for the screenplay of the aforementioned terrific idea. Each student should, by the end of the semester, have at least thirty pages of a screenplay completed. Classic and not-so-classic screenplays will be required reading for every class, and students will also become acquainted with how the business of selling and producing one's screenplay actually happens.

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Cinema Studies Program
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