Character, structure, theme, subplots, subtext, comedy punch ups, or edge-of-your-seat drama — wherever you need to focus your attention, this Sunday morning workshop is for you. Join your fellow writers to focus on quietly putting words on the page, or join us for writing exercises. If you like, use the chat function in the room to ask mentor and instructor Bob Schultz for specific advice instead.
Join the Zoom here: SUNDAY MORNING WRITING
Sunday 31st May
LondonSWF365 takes a deep dive into the fundamental mechanics of what makes a story grab the reader and take them on a wonderous journey. John is a leading expert in this area, as well as a practitioner with BAFTA’s and Emmys under his belt. What better way to start… than at the beginning. FADE IN:
X-Files writer Frank Spotnitz has chosen one of his favorite episodes, and now he’s going to watch it with us as we give “Memento Mori” the Script To Screen treatment. Pop some corn, settle in, and learn the truth (which is, as always, out there) in this essential episode.
It’s not always easy to see them, but 90% of the flaws in your screenplay can be self-diagnosed, providing you know how to analyse a script.