|June 20, 2006|
SUMMER 2006 WORKSHOP SERIES
SCREENWRITING: THE BASICS
We will cover: The concept and idea, the pitch, dramatic structure, creating authentic characters, scene writing, the outline and treatment, screenplay formatting – and more
You will turn your idea into an outline for a feature length screenplay and write the first scenes of your script.
The workshop will include lectures, discussions, screenings, exercises, assignments, resources and handouts.
TUESDAYS, 6:00PM – 8:30PM
8 sessions: June 20 – August 8, 2006
Course Fee: $250
161 East 106th Street, First Floor
(Between Lexington and Third Avenue) NYC
For more information and to register:
Call (212) 828-0401
Frank Algarín has been awarded a New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA) Screenwriting/Playwrighting Fellowship, a Louis A. Delgado Playwrighting Award and was a 2004 MetLife Nuestras Voces / Repertorio Español Playwrighting finalist. Frank has been an Adjunct Screenwriting Professor at The New School since 2001. He has taught Screenwriting at PRdream/MediaNoche and to individual clients. He has taught dramatic writing for over ten years and currently also teaches Poetry and Spoken Word. He has taught Film, Playwrighting, Media Literacy and Creative Writing as well.
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