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Intro to Screenwriting Camp : Write Your Own Hollywood Movie!
Basic Movie Making: Write, Storyboard, and Shoot!
In this one-time class, students will learn the importance and fun of structuring their films, and how to easily do so with anything that is available to them!
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Whether you’re interested in making movies but aren’t sure where to start, or you’ve already made some, but want to learn how to structure your story in a way that will make it easier and more fun, this is the class for you! In this 45 minute class, students will learn how to make their own movies from scratch with ANYTHING that is available to them. You don’t need fancy cameras or professional software to tell your amazing story! Part of the fun of filmmaking is being creative with what...
Students will learn the importance of writing in storytelling. This will include: - Why storytelling is important and how it encourages us to keep learning. - Basic ideation and brainstorming. - Basic scriptwriting and proper formatting. - Tips for writing natural “sounding” dialogue. Students will also learn the importance of visually planning their movies using storyboards. This will include: - Learning to focus and draw the visuals and scene compositions in mind. - How to connect storyboard panels with the scenes in the script. - How to use storyboards to communicate the vision of the movie to the cast and crew. Finally, students will learn how to shoot their movies with anything that is available to them. This will include: - Using a camcorder, smartphone, tablet, or any other camera with video capability. - Fostering a mindset to be creative and take action, even if you feel limited. - Tips for properly framing actors in a scene. - How to use the script and storyboard to make sure every scene gets shot. Overall these learning goals include: - Creative and critical thinking. - Writing technique. - Visual presentation. - Interpersonal communication. - Artistic technique and expression.
2 files available upon enrollmentThe welcome post and welcome email for this class will include a Script Outline and a Storyboard template. Please download and print these documents for use during class.
45 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
During the icebreaker at the beginning of class, certain students might talk about movies that you do not allow your kids to watch, due to mature content. Students will be encouraged to discuss family friendly movies and I will guide them to talk about different films if they mention titles that would not be considered "generally" suitable for the age range.
Filmmaker and Actor
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
5 total reviews
10 completed classes
I teach classes about filmmaking and art appreciation. Even though the vastness of filmmaking techniques and roles can seem intimidating, there are simple approaches that can be taken to step into the art form, and I thoroughly enjoy sharing them....