WRITING VIRAL WEB SERIES & FILMS
For years, writing a killer short film and sending it around the festival circuit has been the most established way for filmmakers to get their foot in the door.
But with the proliferation of online video platforms, the landscape is changing. Today, media producers have a strong interest in developing video content to connect with global audiences online. This represents a great opportunity for screenwriters wanting to get their stories produced.
So how do you navigate this web content space?
As a writer, who can you approach to pitch your ideas to?
What is the best narrative structure for online videos?
Aimed at screenwriters and filmmakers interested in writing for the web or to get an introduction into the genre, through this course you will:
The workshop will be delivered through a series of exercises and case studies. You don't need to have a story idea to attend, ideas will be developed throughout the day. Please note that this workshop is an adaptation of my previous workshop 'Writing Viral Web Fictions'.
Top image credit: screenshot from the short film "At First Sight" produced by Nucco Brain Studios.
*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.
CONCESSION FOR BECTU MEMBERS: £79
DATE & TIME
Friday April 12th 2019
10.15 am - 5.00 pm
New Prospect House
8 Leake Street
LONDON SE1 7NN
EVENT CAPACITY: 12
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A graduate of the film production courses of the Arts University Bournemouth and Famu Prague, Alizée is a script editor, writer, and translator working in both French and English. Alongside film and animation, she also works in the web production sector.
She has previously worked with the Dutch studio Submarine Channel, producer of web documentaries and transmedia projects and winner of an Emmy Award for their web documentary 'Last Hijack Interactive'. Over the last year, she has also worked closely with the visual storytelling studio Nucco Brain who specialise in producing animation for the web.
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