Introduction to Screenwriting
“Just tell a good story.” — Norman Jewison
Writing for film requires both a good story and a solid understanding of the craft of screenwriting. During this online course, we will explore the basic tools of this dynamic visual medium and use these tools to unlock the potential of your screenplay idea. Topics covered include loglines, premise, theme, character, structure, dialogue and symbol. Please bring your screenplay ideas to the first class. No experience necessary.
*All workshops will take place online using ZOOM. You will recieve a link prior to this workshop.
- maximum capacity: 10
- 6 hours of instruction
Instructor: Meelad Moaphi Toronto filmmaker and screenwriter Meelad Moaphi is a BFA ('10) and MFA ('19) graduate of York University's Film Production program. His works have screened locally and abroad, including at the International Film Festival Rotterdam and Montreal World Film Festival. Moaphi's unique international upbringing has informed his culturally diverse body of work, which range in pieces in English, Farsi, to even Spanish and Japanese. Worth -- his latest short, filmed entirely in Pakistan with Urdu dialogue -- was distilled from his feature screenplay and will be released in November 2019.
$0 ||all-in or workshop member|
|$36 ||production member|