Re-draft successfully with us this May.
Whether you're a script developer, producer or writer, this May we have the perfect courses to help you tackle the next redraft.
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Story Design - 16&17 May
This advanced screenwriting course is ideal for any writer who has a basic story idea in place and now needs to add the layers of sophistication necessary for a truly cinematic script. Taught by Lucy Scher and Rob Ritchie, the course goes beyond the fundamental principles of dramatic writing and looks in depth at elements such as generating universal conflict, building sequences, borrowing 'hooks' from recognisable genres and ensuring the characters have the attributes necessary for their role in the movie. Click here for details and to book online.
Wrestling the Redraft - 22&23 May
Aimed primarily at readers, developers and producers, this two-day course aims to lay out the principles of effective script development and give practical guidance on how to get the best out of a creative relationship. Participants will hone their script analysis skills with a special focus given to some of the trickiest elements of screenwriting such as defining the dramatic question and building a compelling second act. There are only a few remaining places, so Click here for details and book soon to avoid disappointment.
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We offer high quality script reports to writers on either short or feature length projects. Our readers generate a constructive and helpful script report for the writer, which will enable him or her to make the best decisions in moving forward to the next draft. All our readers are currently working widely across the industry, both reading and developing for companies, agencies and producers. For full details please click here
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