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Film & TV Acting - Weekly Private Class
Making the Scene- Intro to Script Writing
In this six-week course, we'll explore how to write a short five to ten-page script using script analysis, plot points, and creating intriguing characters.
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$14 per class
Meets 1x per week
Over 6 weeks
60 minutes per class
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Week 1 – Intro to Script Writing • Play vs. Screenplay • Screenwriting software - Drama Queen, Final Draft, and formatting in Microsoft Word. • Look at Script Analysis with objectives, obstacles, beats, and scene structure. • Assignment: Pick a short screenplay to read. Week 2- What’s in a Logline? • Discuss the assigned screenplay and the logline. • Simple building block – a character’s monologue: is it a confession, a confrontation or a casual story? • Genre – review of genres to...
Kelley Cody-Grimm is an award-winning screenwriter and actress. Her screenplays have won film festivals in the Southeast and Milan, Italy. She produced a pilot episode of one of her scripts which was featured in an Australian film festival. She has appeared on shows such as The Resident, Queens, and Judge Dad, as well as creating a catalog of over 200 monologues for demo reels with her daughters for her acting students. She recently co-wrote a holiday screenplay which is in pre-production. Kelley has a BA in English from Florida International University.
The students will be writing projects individually but will read them as a group and offer feedback. Homework might take an hour or more per week to bring to class the following week.
1 hour per week in class, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.
The only outside content that would be shared would be script writing software and scripts to download.
We will refer to software such as Final Draft, Microsoft Word as well as DramaQueen.
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
1 total review
7 completed classes
Hello, my name is Kelley Cody-Grimm, and I'm an acting coach and screenwriter. I first started down the acting path back in middle school by writing comedy sketches and performing them. I have been performing professionally for over thirty years,...