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Scripts, Tips and TV & Film Industry Bits
This class will discuss the dynamics of TV and film scripts, how to know if your idea is meant for film or TV, and give details on the stages of production.
What’s the difference between writing a script for film or TV? How do you know if your creative vision is meant for the big or small screen? What steps does it take to get an idea from conception to reality? If you don’t know the answers to these questions, this class is for you! Through lively discussion and interaction, students will learn a brief overview of the stages of production, and discuss the dynamics of different types of scripts. This class is a great precursor to my upcoming...
Students will learn the five stages of film and television production. Students will also learn how to know if their idea is better suited for television or film, and discuss the differences in scripts for each genre. Students will leave the class with steps they can take to begin developing their idea for a script.
I have worked in the television and film industries for over 20 years. My writing and production experience includes working for Cable News Network (CNN), Tyler Perry Studios, Black Entertainment Television (BET), Tammy'Dele Films, and numerous independent projects. I have also written, directed and produced my own short films. I love writing, I love teaching and I love helping others discover and hone their talents. I have also homeschooled my own children for several years.
Students will want to bring a note-taking method to class (i.e. laptop, tablet, pen and paper)
All ideas shared should align with Outschool standards of decency. Profanity, ideas glorifying drugs, sex, or deemed inappropriate will not be permitted to be discussed. Teacher's discretion will determine if idea is permissable.
Meet the teacher
Hi there! I have worked in the television and film industries for over 20 years. I also write for magazines, websites, blogs, and much more. My writing and production experience includes working for Cable News Network (CNN), Tyler Perry Studios,...
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Completed by 11 learners
Live video meetings
5-12 learners per class
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