Screenplay Writing II
Expands upon Screenwriting I to include a deeper understanding of narrative structure and a focus on character and dialog and their application to a full-length screenplay. Assignments include scene-writing exercises, character bios, and a step outline.
- Interpret more complex theories inherent in the structural foundation of cinematic storytelling.
- Analyze effective methods of content creation through exploration of character and dialog.
- Explore their own artistic sensibilities through implementing ongoing foundational knowledge into a story outline.
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