WRITE A WEB SERIES
For years, writing a killer short film and sending it around the festival circuit has been the most established way for filmmakers and screenwriters to get their foot in the door.
But with online video platforms such as YouTube, the landscape is changing.
This represents a great opportunity for screenwriters wanting to get their stories produced.
So how do you write for online video platforms?
What are the latest trends?
As a writer, how do you develop your ideas to fit the format?
How do you tell stories for web audiences?
Aimed at screenwriters and filmmakers interested in writing a web series or to get an introduction into the format.
You will learn:
DELIVERY & PRACTICAL EXERCISE:
The workshop will be delivered through a series of case studies alongside a practical pitch exercise.
Prior to the workshop, the tutor will email you a one page template to fill out as preparation for the pitch.
During the day, you will have the opportunity to work on your pitch using this one page document. Everyone will have the opportunity to pitch and receive feedback on their ideas by the end of the day.
*We offer the concessionary rates to all 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. Students are also eligible for this concessionary rate and should bring their student ID to the class as proof.
DATE & TIME
Saturday November 23rd 2019
10.30 am - 5.30 pm
(TBC) Get in touch with tutor
EVENT CAPACITY: 7
FOR FURTHER DETAILS
Alizée is a script editor working in the film and animation sectors internationally. Outside of development, she also works in the production of web content.
Growing up between France and the Netherlands, she developed a passion for narratives at an early age. She went on to study film production and screenwriting at the Arts University Bournemouth in the UK and FAMU Prague in Czechia.
She previously worked with the digital storytelling studio Submarine Channel, based in Amsterdam, winner of an Emmy Award for their web documentary 'Last Hijack Interactive'. In the UK, she has worked with web and digital content production companies. Most recently, she worked with Nucco Brain studio who specialise in producing digital animated content. Find out more...