Learn to resolve the story's main and secondary conflicts
Develop effective revision skills
Understand the business of screenwriting
About this course:
In the last of a four-part sequence in writing a feature film screenplay, you reach FADE OUT. In the process of completing your script, you hone in on structuring conversations, explore how to maximize your story's visual implications, deepen scene writing skills, assemble scenes to form powerful sequences, ensure your script's central conflict is resolved, and work on theme and imagery. Also covered are revision techniques and the business aspects of feature film writing. The goal is to complete writing your first feature film script.
SCRIPT X 410.1 Feature Film I, SCRIPT X 410.2 Feature Film II, and SCRIPT X 410.3 Feature Film III. Students must bring their beat sheets or treatments, Act I and 45 pages of Act II to the first class meeting and be prepared to write.