Writing for the Screen

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This 4 week workshop will be offered remotely on 9/17, 9/24, 10/1, and 10/8 from 7:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.

“Writing for the Screen” is a multi-week workshop that introduces students to the basics of writing a 5-8 page screenplay. Students will learn the building blocks of screenplay formatting, dramatic structure, character development, and the keys to making a thematic impact on an audience. Students will workshop their ideas with the class and receive verbal and written feedback on multiple drafts of their work. Screenwriters from all experience levels are welcome to attend and are encouraged to come to the class with three short screenplay ideas. Access to a computer with word-processing software or screenwriting software is recommended.

Instructor: Zach Litwack

In partnership with OSU-Tulsa, Cherokee Nation Film Office is offering five full scholarships to this workshop for any citizen of a federally recognized tribe. Space is limited, to secure your scholarship, please email hello@cherokee.film with the workshop title in the subject line and include your full name, phone number, a copy of your CDIB or tribal citizenship card and preferred email address. CNFO strives to increase the presence of Natives in every aspect of film and television industries. Citizens of the Cherokee Nation will be given preference in the event there are more than five applicants.