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TV & Film Acting - Twice a Week Group Class
Film Script Format: How to Write the Blueprint for Your Movie or TV Show
Properly-formatted scripts are easier to read, easier to film, and will take your movie-making efforts to the next level. We'll go over the parts of a script, look at some real Hollywood examples, and whiteboard your ideas on the fly.
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In this one-hour class, we'll whiteboard a one-page script together on the fly as we discuss proper movie, television, and short film script format. Scripts are technical documents -- they are the blueprint for how to build a show, and must communicate everything a film crew needs to know to shoot your project, as well as being artistic at the same time so that the actors know what kind of performance is needed. Having your script in industry-standard format is also more professional and is...
I'm a writer-producer-director who has worked on a number of film and television projects of all budgets and sizes, from $0 to $3 million. Some of my scripts have been finalists or semi-finalists in various competitions, such as Roadmap Writers, CAMERAderie, and "The Seekers" with Stan Lee and MTV. I am also showrunner of "Vintage America with Ginger," "Triune," "Manos: The Debbie Chronicles," and "Hidden Gems," so I understand from the production side of things just how important various script elements are for a real film crew to work with. As a script doctor and editor, I see a lot of formatting problems from other writers, so I'm aware of what the most common format mistakes are.
Highly recommended (but not required) books: "The Screenwriter's Bible, 7th Edition, A Complete Guide to Writing, Formatting, and Selling Your Script" by Dave Trottier "Complete Screenwriter's Manual: A Comprehensive Reference of Format and Style" by Bowles, Mangravite, and Zorn A screenwriting program (optional, some are free): - Studio Binder - Final Draft - Celtx - Movie Magic Screenwriter - Writer Duet - Fade In - Scrivener
55 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Writer, Producer, Director, Artisan
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
86 total reviews
97 completed classes
Hello! I'm excited to share my experience and knowledge about a variety of subjects (such as history, and crafts) but especially filmmaking and writing. Ask me about private tutoring! I've been on film sets big and small, from two-person...