Video Production - Screenplay Drop-In

OverviewThis casual drop-in session gives attendees a chance to bring in screenplays and have an open and constructive conversation about storytelling, structure, and everything that comes with writing for the screen. Participants are encouraged to bring in hard copies of something to share, be it a logline, screenplay, pitch or even just an idea - any stage of development or length is fine, it just needs a story.Some background in video production or writing fiction is recommended. If you sign up for this class and your work is longer than a few pages, consider emailing us at the following address, so we can share your work with the attendees in advance of the class: Rnanning.watson@artscape.caSupplementary ReadingSave the Cat - Blake SnyderStory - Robert McKeeScreenplay - Syd FieldAbout the FacilitatorRonan Nanning-Watson (@rorobobozo) is a narrative filmmaker and visual artist from Vancouver. He has created dozens of shorts and wrote, directed, and edited his first feature film in 2015 about an ironic cult. You will find him nerding out in the DML over cinematography techniques and equipment.*PricingLaunchpad Learning offers tiered pricing to support creatives of all levels of experience and stage in their creative practice. Public = $100Members = $50Bursary = Free Launchpad members enjoy 25% off registration fees! Register now! Space is limited.Refund PolicyWith less than 48-hours notice, Launchpad Learning programs and workshops are non-refundable; as such, no shows will not be refunded nor credited.We acknowledge the support of the Canada Council for the Arts. Nous remercions le Conseil des arts du Canada de son soutien.

Artscape Daniels Launchpad
130 Queens Quay E, 4th Floor, East Tower (Map)

Overview
This casual drop-in session gives attendees a chance to bring in screenplays and have an open and constructive conversation about storytelling, structure, and everything that comes with writing for the screen. Participants are encouraged to bring in hard copies of something to share, be it a logline, screenplay, pitch or even just an idea - any stage of development or length is fine, it just needs a story.

Some background in video production or writing fiction is recommended.

If you sign up for this class and your work is longer than a few pages, consider emailing us at the following address, so we can share your work with the attendees in advance of the class: Rnanning.watson@artscape.ca

Supplementary Reading
Save the Cat - Blake Snyder
Story - Robert McKee
Screenplay - Syd Field

About the Facilitator

Ronan Nanning-Watson (@rorobobozo) is a narrative filmmaker and visual artist from Vancouver. He has created dozens of shorts and wrote, directed, and edited his first feature film in 2015 about an ironic cult. You will find him nerding out in the DML over cinematography techniques and equipment.

*Pricing
Launchpad Learning offers tiered pricing to support creatives of all levels of experience and stage in their creative practice.
Public = $100
Members = $50
Bursary = Free
Launchpad members enjoy 25% off registration fees!
Register now! Space is limited.
Refund Policy
With less than 48-hours notice, Launchpad Learning programs and workshops are non-refundable; as such, no shows will not be refunded nor credited.
We acknowledge the support of the Canada Council for the Arts. Nous remercions 
le Conseil des arts du Canada de son soutien.