EGL 112  -  SCRIPTWRITING I Course Search  

Scriptwriting I introduces the concepts and practices used in writing fictional and commercial scripts for film and television. Topics studied include the use of literary sources (finding, adapting, and writing), storyboards, shot composition, editing, camera angles, lighting, and sound. Additional topics studied include framing the story and evaluating the methods and strategies of successful film directors. Procedures for developing the creative process are emphasized, including personal introspection, broad inquiry, group collaboration, and maximizing the impact of a film upon its audience. 3 credits Pre-requisite: EGL101.   View Syllabus (pdf)

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