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Formation Addressing script-writing

Dramatic structures and character definition

Training goals

Be able to:
- define the screen writing field and scope,
- discover the fundamentals of dramatic styles,
- assess your motivation as to screenwriting.

Details

Different steps: the pitch, the synopsis, the step outline, the dialogue continuity.
Specifics of screenwriting: writing for the screen, passing from literary to audiovisual worlds.
Mixing genres and formats: adventure films, detective films, science fiction, comedy, etc.
Dramatic fundamentals: three acts, narrative models, characterisation, triggering events.
Character-building: characters, goals, obstacles.
Main structures and narrative styles: simple or multiple intrigues, flashbacks, flashforwards, adapted forms of the narrator.
Writing dialogues: hearing and playing the exchanges.
Main trends and scenaristic styles: Italian neo-realism, Hollywood, the French New Wave, TV series and Web fictions.

Targeted at

Suitable for all professionals.

Prerequisites

None.

Trainers

TV screenwriter.

Training methods

Proactive teaching approaches with alternating theoretical classes and hands-on activities.

• Overview of genres.
• Understanding the motivations and workings of a scenario.