Over four intense days (February 27, 2020 – March 1, 2020) you can start to write your script
Learning to write a screenplay is a process, and to do it well can take years of practice. This workshop offers two tried-and-true ways to make a lot of progress in a short period of time as you: 1) learn how to write a strong outline and 2) get personalized feedback on your work. A series of writing exercises and assignments help you master the basics of screenwriting, especially the all-important screenplay structure, while also exploring scene development, characterization, and dialogue. Boil down your story into a one-sentence logline and then expand that into a complete outline for a feature-length script. With a solid, entertaining outline in hand, you leave the workshop ready to conceptualize and begin work on your own script beyond the classroom.
To learn more about this class or sign up (or to see what other awesome classes they are offering) you can go to: https://www.uclaextension.edu/writing-journalism/creative-writing/course/writing-your-first-screenplay-script-x-4101ws?_ga=2.20407420.576457722.1571243654-1528319199.1558628123