HOW TO "BREAK" AND MANAGE
What makes for a good storyline? How do you interweave different plots and sub-plots to work alongside each other in a TV drama?
Whether your idea is a one-off, a three-parter or a long-running series - or you're working on someone else's creative concept - this workshop will equip you to know the basics of multi-stranded storytelling.
If you are a writer, you will at some point be faced with a lot of blank pages that you’ll need to fill with story. Where will you start? Will you have enough to fill the screen for the required length of time? If not, how will you generate more?
This is a one day workshop, exploring storylining techniques for:
Using a fictional drama series model, we will be:
If time, everyone will write one scene so that we will have a completed story arc.
BECTU MEMBERS - SPECIAL DISCOUNT - £75
*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.
8 Leake St.,
Nearest tube Waterloo - 5 mins walk
DATE: 17 January 2020
10am - 5pm
TO BOOK: CLICK ON APPROPRIATE "ADD TO CART" BUTTON ABOVE AND MAKE PAYMENT. YOU WILL RECEIVE ACKNOWLEDGEMENT FROM YOUR TUTOR WITHIN 2 DAYS.
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 writing a TV drama pilot for KSA Productions, co-producing a feature film and 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). www.anjilomanfield.com