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Introduction to Screenwriting




About the Course

In this course, you will learn the fundamentals of screenwriting. You will learn how to develop a professional screenplay, build a strong story, create compelling characters and write dialogue to keep your audience on the edge of their seats. You will learn all the skills and knowledge to start your screenwriting journey. 


Who This Service Is For

  • Anyone who wants to learn how to write a screenplay

  • Screenwriters wanting to improve their craft

  • Students who are interested in a career in screenwriting

  • Anyone that loves movies and wants to learn more about the writing process​

What You Will Learn

  • The basics of screenwriting, including structure, character development, plot and dialogue.   

  • How to create a strong story to keep the audience engaged

  • How to make dialogue natural and believable

  • How to format a screenplay​

What You Will Get

  • Set up around your busy schedule

  • One-to-one learning

  • Worksheets and guides to keepHelp and inspiration on your writing journey​

Your Instructor

Luke Brown-Graves

Luke Brown-Graves

Luke Brown-Graves is a writer and former comedian with a wealth of experience in storytelling. He has written an award-winning short film, multiple Edinburgh Festival shows, and stand-up routines that have taken him around the world.

In his writing workshops, Luke shares his expertise in storytelling with students of all levels. He has a knack for putting people at ease and helping them to tap into their own creativity. He also has a deep understanding of the elements of storytelling that make a story engaging and memorable.

Whether you're a beginner or an experienced writer, Luke's workshops will help you to:

• Develop your own unique voice as a storyteller.
• Learn the essential elements of storytelling, such as character development, plot structure, and
• Get feedback on your work from an experienced writer.
• Build community with other writers who are passionate about storytelling.

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