Class Will Return in 2021
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Taught by produced screenwriter Tony DuShane, author of Confessions of a Teenage Jesus Jerk and award winning screenwriter of the adaptation directed by Eric Stoltz.
This eight week course will guide students through the process of creating a screenplay starting with an idea and logline and ending with a solid outline by the end of the workshop. Each week we’ll cover topics like character, the three act structure, plot, and much more. Through the course we’ll deconstruct each act and their beats to thoroughly understand the structure of storytelling in a feature film.
ONLINE COURSE STRUCTURE:
This class is entirely asynchronous with weekly deadlines and there is plenty of interaction with Tony and your peers within Wet Ink, our dedicated online classroom. Craft materials, lectures, reading assignments, and writing prompts are all available through the online classroom. Students also post work and provide and receive feedback within the online classroom environment. You can get the work done as you see fit week-to-week, so it is perfect for any schedule. There are discussion questions each week inspired by the assigned readings and topics in the lecture notes. Students are encouraged to take these wherever is most compelling and/or useful for them. Tony engages with these discussions throughout the week.
Instructor: Tony DuShane
Class size limited to 10 writers
Class starts January 25, 2021
Course is fully ONLINE; students can work according to their own schedule within weekly deadlines. Once you have enrolled the instructor will send you a link to our online classroom, provided via Wet Ink.
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Instructor Tony DuShane is the author of Confessions of a Teenage Jesus Jerk and award winning screenwriter of the adaptation directed by Eric Stoltz. His work has appeared in the Los Angeles Times, The Believer, Mother Jones, and he was a music columnist for the San Francisco Chronicle. He hosts Drinks with Tony every Wednesday, a podcast of conversations with authors and screenwriters.