How To Write A Film: Screenwriting Course

Alessandro Ippolito

Simpliv is a global online learning marketplace that transforms lives by offering online training on a wide variety of topics. Created with the aim of making education accessible to all, Simpliv removes barriers to education among all communities, imparts life skills to learners, and bridges gaps in learning through cost-effective courses. Simpliv believes that learning has no boundaries. It brings learning to any person who wants to learn, whether it is management, technology, life sciences or any other subject of interest.

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Description:

How does an idea that we have in a film translate, how does a story we wrote turn into a screenplay? What are the basic rules of writing a script?

The possibility that we all have today to tell in images, thanks to the development of technology, which has simplified and reduced the costs of shooting and post production, is an opportunity not to be missed. But if it is immediate to record good quality audio and video even with a mobile phone, it is not so simple to record something that is a story, something that has a beginning, a development and a conclusion. The same applies to a letter, an article or a novel. In fact, we may not be able to transform our thoughts or emotions into pages of a book, but we all have - for writing a script - a great potential which is our imagination.

The richer our imagination, the more chance we have of writing a good script.

Yes, but where do we start, how can we transform our thoughts into words and moving images? I have the idea, I have the whole story, but how do I transform all this into many scenes that will later become a film?

This course answers these questions by leading you by the hand, page after page, scene after scene, bar after bar, in the writing of an entire original screenplay which then each of you can commit to shooting.

The rights of the script are given free of charge to all those who purchase the course online.

Who this course is for:

All those who want to tell a story with words, sounds and moving images, for all those who want to write a film but don't know where to start
Basic knowledge
To follow this course profitably requires imagination, passion for cinema and writing
What will you learn
Write a film starting from an original or existing subject, for example in fiction
Course Curriculum


Course properties

Form of education
Nonformal
Formal education level
Professional development
Recommended age for informal learning
19-25, 25-45, 45-65, 65+
Learning language
English
Discipline
Teacher training without subject specialization
Course authors
Alessandro Ippolito
Organization
Simpliv is a global online learning marketplace that transforms lives by offering online training on a wide variety of topics. Created with the aim of making education accessible to all, Simpliv removes barriers to education among all communities, imparts life skills to learners, and bridges gaps in learning through cost-effective courses. Simpliv believes that learning has no boundaries. It brings learning to any person who wants to learn, whether it is management, technology, life sciences or any other subject of interest.
Organization characterization
https://www.simpliv.com/
Payment terms
event
Currency
USD
Course cost
9.99
IP transfer allowed
Entrance test
Groups formation by readiness level
Teachers presence
Tutors presence
Facilitators presence
Training materials forms
video lecture
Interactivity in training materials
Collaborative learning presence
Practical activities
coursework
Discussions, forums presence
Webinars, video conferences presence
meetup presence
LMS integration
Learning Analytics
Certification presence
Course time limits
Duration
3 (hours)
Opportunity to enter after start
Learning types (sync/async)
synhronous
Assessment types
creative work
Personal learning path possibility, course individualization
Special needs support
Learning technologies
Organizational learning

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