Screen & Playwriting

International Open Academy

£ 299 - ($ 6.920) £ 17 - ($ 393)

Información importante

Tipología Curso
Metodología Online
Horas lectivas 50 horas de dedicación
Duración 60 Days
Inicio clases A definir
Campus online
Envío de materiales de aprendizaje
Servicio de consultas
  • Curso
  • Online
  • 50 horas de dedicación
  • Duración:
    60 Days
  • Inicio clases:
    A definir
  • Campus online
  • Envío de materiales de aprendizaje
  • Servicio de consultas

It is everyone’s dream to take one of his or her beloved hobbies and turn it into a flourishing career. Writing for the screen and stage can be a very lucrative career, if you know what you are doing. Our online Screenwriting & Playwriting course is exactly what you need to finally stop talking about that screenplay or play you are going to write and do it. All it takes is a penchant for storytelling, and a leap of faith. A great screenwriter or playwright is an individual who:

Knows how to tell a good story
Gets inspired by the world around him/her
Has a creative and unique mind
Has an eye and an ear for human behaviour, and human motivation
Is in touch with his or her own feelings and emotions

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¿Qué objetivos tiene esta formación?

Everyday, a new writer is pitching a script or developing a play based on their own words and ideas, so why can’t you? If you have an idea for a new story, we will help you understand the best way to cultivate and develop it. If you don’t have an idea yet, we can give you strategies that will help you get inspired. Our online course will help you:

Get inspired
Understand how to write for the screen and stage
Create unique and real life characters
Develop a strong plot
Learn to write engaging and realistic dialogue
Find your voice and style
Cure writer’s block

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Dónde se enseña y en qué fechas

inicio Ubicación
A definir
inicio A definir

¿Qué aprendés en este curso?

Creative Thinking
Creative Writing
Creative techniques
Story Writing
Writing Skills


Module 1: Inspiring yourself
Where to get inspired
How to spark your ideas
Proper brainstorming techniques
How to vet your ideas

Module 2: Starting to write
Thematic Question
Creating characters
Scene construction

Module 3: How to write a screenplay
Understanding three act structure
Beat sheet
Scene and action description
Approaches to writing a script

Module 4: Writing for the stage
Play structures
Action description
Direction description elements
Stage limitations and advantages

Module 5: Creating characters
Back story
Character goal
Character tension
Finding your character’s voice

Module 6: Story development
Developing themes
Realistic and exciting conflicts
Outlining vs. writing as you go
Powerful climaxes
Resolutions or non resolutions

Module 7: Find your voice
Know your audience
Know your purpose
Choosing a point of view
What is your style?

Module 8: Developing your setting
Using the setting to express depth
Story, characters, and themes for setting

Module 9: Unique structures
Non linear narratives
Unreliable narrators
Distinctive points of view
Writing for a social or geographical dialect

Module 10: Tricks to avoid writer’s block
Free writing
Removing yourself
Change your scenery