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Beginner's Guide Writing a Webseries

When:

Sun 19 Apr 2020, 9:30am–4:30pm

Where: Virtual Location, Online, Virtual

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • General Workshop Ticket: $275.00
  • Combo 2-Day Weekend Ticket: $445.00
  • Additional fees may apply

Listed by: jonathanzguy

A dynamic one day ONLINE workshop designed to show participants how to create a web series and start writing it!

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Come with your awesome idea. And spend the day developing your webseries...
A web series is a series of short episodes and is a great way to get attention by showcasing your dramatic or comedic work as a writer or director or actor.
But as with any show (big or small) your audience craves good storytelling. So we’ll be showing you the nuts and bolts of creating a webseries – and then digging into how to structure a kickass first episode.
If you’ve been wanting to create your own web series , but not sure how to start or if you’re on the right track then this ONLINE web series workshop is for you.
Participants (that’s you, aspiring writer) will:
Learn proper script length for each genre (5 – 15 pages)
Learn how to develop a premise and compelling characters
Learn how to write for an inexpensive budget
Learn particular aspects of specific genres (comedy, drama, thrillers, etc.)
Learn how to create a story arc over your episodes (webisodes)
Get tips about how to fund your series.
Leave with a clear idea about what your series is about
Leave with an episode 1 outline.

Facilitator: Kathryn Burnett

Kathryn is an award-winning screenwriter who has worked in the NZ television/film industry for over 20 years. She has significant television and film credits and has developed numerous television series for NZ’s major production companies. Her most recently produced TV projects include—"Fresh Eggs,” “The Sounds” and multi-award winning series “The Cul de Sac.” In 2019, she co-wrote TVNZ telefeature "The Tender Trap" and is currently on the development team for an HBO sci-fi series and has a comedy series in development with Warner Brothers.

Facilitator: Rachel Lang MNZM

Rachel Lang is the multi-award winning writer and producer, known for "Outrageous Fortune" , "Nothing Trivial", "Bad Mothers" and "Filthy Rich" to name just a few of the jewels in her extensive TV career. She currently splits her time working on creating prime time drama in NZ and Australia.