Feature Screenwriting 3

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Code Completion Credits Range Language Instruction Semester
311FESC3 credit 2 3 hours (45 min) of instruction per week, 23 to 33 hours of self-study English winter

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Students progressively work on the theme and concept chosen and started in the previous parts of the course. Students will progressively write a First Draft of their script and present the development of their work in the class.

All students will also be expected to actively participate in the critical and constructive analysis of the work of their peers.

Learning outcomes

By the end of the course students will:

Prerequisites and other requirements



ARISTOTLE. Poetics. 1st ed. Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press, 1967. 124 s.

HOWARD, David, MABLEY, Edward. The tools of screenwriting : a writer's guide to the craft and elements of a screenplay. New York: St. Martin Griffin, 1993. 298 s. ISBN 0-31211908-9.

GOLDMAN, William. Adventures in the screen trade: a personal view of Hollywood. Reprinted. London: Abacus, 2003. 418 s. ISBN 0 349 10705 X.

MCKEE, Robert. Story: substance, structure, style, and the principles of screenwriting. London: Methuen, 1999. xi, 466 s. ISBN 978-0-413-71560-9.

VOGLER, Christopher. The writer's journey: mythic structure for storytellers and screenwriters. 2nd ed. Studio City: Michael Wiese Production, c1998. xxiii, 326 s. ISBN 0-941188-70-1.

SEGER, Linda. Making a good script great. 3rd ed. Beverly Hills: Silman-James Press, 2010. xix, 252 s. ISBN 978-1-935247-01-2.

FLEISCHER, Jan. Of scripts and life: MFI, 2010. 278 s.

Evaluation methods and criteria

The minimum required attendance in the class in + 70 %.

The assessment is based on the student’s contribution and efforts to the class and their submitted First Draft.

The assessment will be calculated as follows:



Further information

No schedule has been prepared for this course

The subject is a part of the following study plans