Writing the One-Hour Pilot II
Carry your pilot script across the finish line in this workshop focused on helping you fix story problems, maximize drama, and write to the end.
About this course:
This workshop guides you to write a solid draft of an original pilot script from your one-hour outline created in a previous course. You start by reworking your story idea and outline as needed, fixing story problems and maximizing the drama potential. Special attention is paid to refining the world, characters, tone, and story of your pilot. You then move toward completing a first draft of your script, working on scenes, dialogue, and action, until it captures your original vision and matches a network's likely requirements. You must bring a completed story outline and first 10 pages to the first day of class. This course counts toward the four-course Writer's Fellowship Prep Specialization.