Our Introduction to Scriptwriting For Screen programme is open to anyone regardless of experience.
Scriptwriting North have been running successful scriptwriting for screen courses for many nearly 10 years now.
Previous participants have said about the course; ‘It has given me confidence in my writing’, ‘I’ve enjoyed meeting new people and sharing ideas’, and ‘It’s inspiring and helped me build a portfolio of work’.
By the end of the course you will have written your own 10-15 minute short film. The sessions will provide information and tools to help you structure and develop sound scripts and you’ll get feedback on your own writing.
It covers scriptwriting for screen principles, structure, formatting, dialogue, character. The webinars are a great opportunity to generate ideas while working step by step through the process of writing your own script.
Places on each course are limited, and booked on a first come first served basis. Please note our courses do tend to book up early so book as soon as you can to avoid disappointment. Prices start at £75.
6 Week Introduction to Scriptwriting for Screen Course
Webinar – Online Classroom. Login and meet your tutor and fellow participants.
Up to 7 writers per course. Classes are recorded so you can re-watch your feedback.
Date: Start Tuesday 25th July – 8-10pm
Price: £85 early bird £75
Once you’ve completed our introduction course you can then move onto our script development groups.
“I enrolled on the course having not written a single script before and devoid of any scriptwriting knowledge, and I cannot believe what a top notch choice this has been. Getting familiar with the form and structure notwithstanding, the course was a great way to have my script assessed and read by other like-minded people – the reading out loud bit is both exhilarating and a bit scary but the feedback just gets the mind wired and going. It was amazing to see how the writing developed and stories unravelled. And on the top of that, it’s a great writing motivator if you ever find yourself struggling with getting the work done.”