Available Course Duration :
- 4 Weeks
- 6 Weeks
- 12 Weeks
- 24 Weeks
- 52 Weeks
If script writing is your passion, attending film school will help put your dream into practice. The FTIH introducing innovative script writing program and designed for a new generation of storytellers with an unrivaled approach to hands-on, interactive learning, students find themselves completely immersed in their course of study from day one. Classes are taught by experienced faculty and industry professionals, in a real-world environment with state-of-the-art facilities and equipment. Focuses on writing and submitting theater and film scripts for class discussion and analysis. Studies established writers for techniques, structures, and styles.
Intended Outcomes for the course
Upon completion of the course students should be able to:
- Articulate strategies and techniques a wide variety of authors display in their works —which includes character, setting, conflict, dialogue and subtext, theme, dramatic (or narrative) structure—with the intention to grow to be acquainted with the factors of drama and the way those factors integrate to create a theatrical experience.
- Expand an original story-line, and unify its form, content, and structure in a properly formatted script.
- Demonstrate an understanding of the collaborative nature of theater and film, and an appreciation of the writer’s traditional function in each medium.
- Use critical thinking capabilities to critique the work of professionals, peers, and in the long run one's very own writing.
Course Activities and Design
This course can consist of lecture, but will probable consist in most cases of round-table workshops wherein students work could be evaluated with the aid of the entire class. students will come prepared to critique the work by responding to it both in discussion or in writing. students may additionally examine a variety of published scripts and consider live or recorded performances for evaluation. The teacher ought to spend about an hour of convention with each student on projects.
Outcome Assessment Strategies
Assessment may include informal responses to reading and study questions; quizzes; evaluation of small and full-group discussion, in-class and out-of-class writing; writing scripts; revising scripts; participation in reading of scripts.