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Beginner's Guide to Screenwriting

When:

Sat 18 Feb 2017, 9:30am–4:30pm
Sun 19 Feb 2017, 9:30am–4:30pm

Where: Studio One Toi Tū, 1 Ponsonby Road, Ponsonby, Auckland

Restrictions: R16

Ticket Information:

  • Earlybird (till 15 Jan): $299.00
  • General: $399.00
  • Additional fees may apply

Listed by: fffritha

Maybe 2017 is the year you finally get cracking on that screenplay!

Beginner's Guide to Screenwriting is a popular, dynamic two-day workshop that demystifies the nuts and bolts of screenwriting by taking you step by step through what you need to know to start writing.
Perhaps you've started your screenplay but you're struggling with all the conflicting info and "rules" online.

No matter where you're at - if you want to improve your screenwriting skills Beginner’s Guide to Screenwriting is designed for you. Screenwriting has much in common with other forms of creative writing and storytelling but it has a distinct form and language. This workshop provides an excellent grounding in both and offers insight into how film and television projects are put together.

Book early for Earlybird discount - till 31 December 2016.

Who’s it for? Newer screenwriters or industry professionals looking to up-skill. Check out the full detail on the booking site.

What people are saying: 
“Kathryn's screenwriting workshop was brilliant. I loved learning from her and would sit at the front of the class, furiously jotting down notes like a nerd. Kathryn has a natural ability to connect with an audience. She teaches with patience and humour and she provides cake for morning tea! I'd recommend the workshop for anyone wanting to learn more about screenwriting.” - Jaquie Brown - Presenter, Actor, Screenwriter 

"Loved it! Kathryn gets straight to the point and gives clear, practical advice about screenwriting. She demystifies the process." - Rebecca Barry Hill - Journalist/Screenwriter

"Kathryn Burnett is the bombdiggity. She brings amazing experience, intelligence and passion to her teaching. She has a comprehensive understanding of movies, cinema history and storytelling technique and is effective and engaging when sharing that knowledge with her students. Kathryn is to storytelling tutors as Carlos the Jackal is to international assassins. I can't recommend her highly enough." - Steve Barr - screenwriter, producer, and development executive

About Kathryn: 
Kathryn Burnett is an award-winning screenwriter, dynamic workshop facilitator, script consultant and playwright. She has worked in the television and film industry for 20 years, has significant television and film credits and has developed numerous television series for New Zealand’s major production companies.  

She wrote the multi-award-winning short film "Shelved" and was writer/script consultant on recent TVNZ children's drama "The Cul de Sac". She has two feature screenplays in development and is working as a script consultant on two feature films. She designed her Creativity/Ideation Workshops in 2011 and has been creatively reinvigorating people ever since.

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