ABOUT THIS COURSE
Take action and get your story heard when you know how to create a strong plot, engaging dialogue and real-life characters for screen and stage.
It is everyone’s dream to require one among his or her beloved hobbies and switch it into a flourishing career.
Writing for the screen and stage is a really moneymaking career if you recognize what you're doing.
Our online Screenwriting & Playwriting course is exactly what you need to finally stop talking about that screenplay or play you are going to write and do it.
All it takes is a penchant for storytelling and a leap of faith.
Regardless of your level of experience, our online Screenwriting & Playwriting course is the first step you need.
We help new writers who have never explored their creativity and accomplished screen and playwrights alike.
If you want to finally take action and become the screenwriter or playwright that you have always dreamed of becoming, enroll in our online Screenwriting & Playwriting course as soon as you can.
The rest of your life starts as soon as you take this step, so don’t waste any time.
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Module 1: Inspiring Yourself
- Where to get inspired
- How to spark your ideas
- Proper brainstorming techniques
- How to vet your ideas
Module 2: Starting To Write
- Thematic Question
- Creating characters
- Scene construction
Module 3: How To Write A Screenplay
- Understanding three-act structure
- Beat sheet
- Scene and action description
- Approaches to writing a script
Module 4: Writing For The Stage
- Play structures
- Action description
- Direction description elements
- Stage limitations and advantages
Module 5: Creating Characters
- Character goal
- Character tension
- Finding your character’s voice
Module 6: Story Development
- Developing themes
- Realistic and exciting conflicts
- Outlining vs. writing as you go
- Powerful climaxes
- Resolutions or non-resolutions
Module 7: Find Your Voice
- Know your audience
- Know your purpose
- Choosing a point of view
- What is your style?
Module 8: Developing Your Setting
- Using the setting to express depth
- Story, characters, and themes for setting
Module 9: Unique Structures
- Non-linear narratives
- Unreliable narrators
- Distinctive points of view
- Writing for a social or geographical dialect
Module 10: Tricks To Avoid Writer's Block
- Removing yourself
- Change your scenery