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SCRIPTWRITING WORKSHOP 24TH MAY 2014 BOOK NOW!! LIMITED SPACES

Gerald Langiri
May 21 / 2014

ATT: FILM MAKERS: scriptwriters, actors, directors and especially those who have those brilliant ideas that have the potential to be the next big movie/series but you don’t know how to go about it... THIS IS FOR YOU!

Ubuni School of media and creative arts presents this Basic Story Structure & Screenwriting Workshop.

Date: 24th May 2014

Location: Katanzi restaurant, Kirichwa rd (opposite new Nairobi womens hospital) Adams Arcade.

Time: 10am-2pm

Charges: Kshs 1,000 (Tea/ Snacks included)

Payment Options:

-via mpesa paybill No:247247

- via bank deposit: Account Name:Mediabase Productions Ltd Bank:Equity Bank Bank Branch: Harambee Avenue Acc No: 0240292506904

-Or simply pay at the gate when you arrive at the workshop, however you must 1st reserve your seat by sending an email to ubunischool@gmail.com Limited spaces.


Deliverables

-learn critical elements expected in a professional script by the Film &TV industry

- learn how to write treatments.

- Plot points

- Character and story development

- Writing convincing dialogue

- Professional script formats

-Presentation of scripts

-What to do next once you have a script ready.


The guest trainer (Keith Ndenga) has 4 years experience in Screen writing in the TV industry having been involved in story lining and scriptwriting in programs such as Lies that Bind & Sumu la Penzi (running on DSTV).  He is also a member and one of the founders of the Kenya Writers Guild and he shall also touch on rights the scriptwriters have.

Remember, the basic foundation for all forms of filmmaking is the story...the story is everything!

BOOK NOW AND Become a better screenwriter & filmmaker.

For more info/queries, contact MediBase productions on 0720634908

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