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National Centre for Writing: An Introduction to Scriptwriting with Molly Naylor
Mon 6 Jun 2022 to Mon 22 Aug 2022
This course is an all-encompassing introduction to scriptwriting and is designed for writers who are just starting to explore scripts.

You will learn the mechanisms of working across a variety of script forms: TV, film, theatre and radio. You’ll discover ways to generate ideas and turn them into stories, how to write dialogue and how visual narrative storytelling works. The course will also provide insight into the script industries and how to pitch your projects.

Designed by the School of Literature, Drama and Creative Writing at University of East Anglia and the National Centre for Writing.

Molly Naylor is a scriptwriter, poet, performer and graphic novelist. Her stage work includes LIGHTS! PLANETS! PEOPLE! (winner of the Norfolk Arts Award for Theatre), Whenever I Get Blown Up I Think Of You (adapted for BBC Radio 4) and My Robot Heart. Her new show Stop Trying to be Fantastic has been commissioned by Norwich Arts Centre and Inn Crowd and will tour as soon as that’s allowed. Screen work includes After Hours (Sky One) – available to stream on Now TV. She is currently working on her first feature film, I’ll See Myself Out (Jeva Films). 

Starts Monday 6 June 2022 for 12 weeks, Online, £475

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