First Feature Film Rewrite

SCRIPT X 410.5

Learn to rewrite your first draft feature film screenplay, enhancing story, structure, plot, scenes, characters, dialogue, and more.

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What you can learn.

  • Identify industry standards for professional-level scripts
  • Learn tips and tricks to address story structure issues, plot holes, and other first draft issues
  • Deepend charactrers and enhance their dialogue for maximum impact
  • Get personalized feedback and guidance on your rewrite as you participate in workshops

About this course:

Designed for screenwriters who have written their first screenplay, this workshop guides you to analyze and rewrite your draft and bring it to its fullest potential. You develop skills to rewrite your screenplay to industry standards, beginning with learning how to identify important questions about your script's story, structure, plot, scenes, characters, and dialogue. You also receive personal feedback and guidance throughout the process. 
Prerequisites
SCRIPT X 410.4 Feature Film IV. Students must bring their beat sheets or treatments and full first draft of their feature film script to the first class meeting.

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