SUFF15 - HOW TO WRITE SCRIPTS THAT DON’T SUCK

How To Write Scripts That Don’t Suck with award-winning screenwriter Marc Rosenberg

Time Sat 19 Sep, 2:00pm

Price Full $16 / Conc $14

Bookings (02) 9550 3666

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This masterclass is to provide participants with all the basic tools beginning with how to get started writing, how to build the believable three-dimensional character, how to develop a movie structure that will be the spine for your story. Also, how to create a ‘hook’ or ‘logline’ that gets your foot in the door, how to write a marketable movie synopsis, cover the advantages of creating a ‘beatsheet’ and how to assess your first draft and begin the re-writes to finish your killer script.

BIOGRAPHY:

Marc Rosenberg

Marc Rosenberg is an international, award-winning screenwriter, producer and university lecturer. Marc has had seven feature films produced (incl. “December Boys”, “Dingo” and “Elevator”), has won two Australian Writer’s Guild Awards and the NSW Premier’s Award for Literary Excellence. He has worked with such luminaries as Jeremy Irons, Daniel Radcliff and Miles Davis. After 35 years as a filmmaker in both Australia and the U.S., Marc has a comprehensive knowledge not only of how films are put together, but how they are sold. He has taught at The Australian Film, Television and Radio School, International Screen Academy, New York Film Academy, Sydney University and Bond University. Marc is an active member of the entertainment industry and continues to write film and TV.

‘Having worked with Marc, I would highly recommend his screenwriting class. He’s a great teacher, but more importantly, a practitioner.’ Phillip Noyce, Director (“Patriot Games”, “Salt”, “Rabbit Proof Fence”) ‘Increasingly students need to understand how the film business works as much as how to write and Marc has a deep, practical understanding of both and how one impacts the other.’ Ross Bell, Producer (“Fight Club”, “Under Suspicion”)

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