WANT TO WRITE A TV DRAMA PILOT?
The more prepared you are, the more likely you are to be able to crack it.
Maybe you need some deadlines, to haul you away from those pesky displacement activities and compel you to finally pursue that great idea, the one that’s been percolating away in the back of your brain for months?
This 3-step package can be tailored to your individual needs and is suitable for script writers of all levels, from first timers to those with prior credits who prefer not to work in isolation.
You will receive professional, one-to-one feedback and guidance on your TV drama pilot as you progress from initial idea through to producing a blueprint Scene Breakdown from which to write your first draft.
You can do this course from home, wherever you are in the world, so long as you are fluent in written and spoken English. The programme runs for six weeks - with flexible start dates - and involves the following three step programme:
2. THE TREATMENT
3. THE STEP OUTLINE
You can then proceed to write the first draft of your script, with clear characters, story and structure all in place.
Preparation work will be required prior to feedback/consultation sessions and, once agreed, all deadlines must be met.
*We offer the concessionary rate to all usual Concessions as well as to members of these affiliated organisations. If you are a member of one of these organisations, please book at the concessionary rate and show your membership card to the course tutor at registration.
To suit, by negotiation with your tutor
Anji Loman Field has been writing drama for television, radio and film for over two decades. A former contract writer for EastEnders, she has also written for BBC’s Holby City and Doctors, for whom she occasionally still writes.
She penned 40 episodes of Taste of Life for BBC Media Action in Cambodia and was the creator and show-runner of BBC MA's House of Many Windows, set in Vietnam. She is currently developing original projects for TV, radio and film.
Anji has taught at the London Institute (LCP), West Herts College, the RCA, the Central Film School and for BBC Media Action in South East Asia and North Africa. Her former students include Mike Bullen, creator of Cold Feet and writer/producer/director Sean McConville (Deadline; The Quiet Hour).