SCR690 Screenwriting Thesis
Lead Faculty: Ms. Bettina Moss M.F.A.
MFA candidates work independently with a thesis advisor and/or committee to develop the required components for Thesis. Thesis candidates have up to one year to develop a thesis portfolio that includes two full-length, polished original or adapted screenplays, an aesthetic statement discussing his/her evolution as an artist and a marketing plan for introducing their work to the entertainment industry. Grading is S, U only. Course is eligible for an "In Progress" (IP) grade after two months. Course may be repeated once.
- Show growth as a screenwriter in the creation of two professional level screenplays or other appropriate thesis projects which exhibit compelling, well structured stories with memorable characters and engage and sustain the interest of a discriminating audience.
- Design a clear marketing plan and coherent creative pitch for introducing their work to the entertainment industry
- Craft an aesthetic statement documenting the evolution of their growth as an artist that resulted in the student's thesis projects and reflect how their artistic choices exist within a larger cultural and social context.