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FILM AND SCREENWRITING WORKSHOP 28TH JUNE 2014 - BOOK NOW

Gerald Langiri
June 23 / 2014

Ubuni presents part2 of Writing for Episodic TV workshop a practical screenwriting workshop where you will learn the guidelines and techniques for writing episodic television drama. This is the 3rd workshop (Take 3) amongst the many exciting film workshops Ubuni has lined up in 2014.  

Due to the high interest level in this topic amongst attendees in the previous workshop participants requested for a sequel of “ Writing for Episodic TV”. Attendees will continue to be exposed to the actual requirements and creative demands of episodic TV writing.

In the previous workshop, attendees came up with a new and fresh TV drama series which will now be finalized to a complete 15 episode season intended for broadcast networks.

Our guest facilitator for this workshop is Keith Kinambuga Ndenga, founder of Kenya’s Writers Guild and prolific screenwriter of numerous screenplays for Television including Lies That Bind & Sumu La Penzi (DSTV Africa Magic). Keith will take you through critical elements of Episodic TV writing like Formatting a series bible, Scene Construction, Formatting your script, character development  & story-lining.

The Screenwriting Workshop will take place on 28th June 2014 at Katanazi Restaurant, a few metres past New Nairobi Women Hospital, Adams Arcade, Kilimani from 10 am - 2pm.

The charges are only Kshs 1,000. Tea/ snacks will be provided.

Participants are expected to keep time.

You can book your spot in advance by paying the workshop charges into our holding Equity Bank account as below. Please come with the deposit slip on the material day as proof of payment.

BANK ACCOUNT INFORMATION

Bank Name: Equity Bank

Account Name: Mediabase Productions Ltd

Account Number: 0240292506904

Bank Branch: Harambee Avenue

 Alternatively you may also conveniently deposit directly to the above account via MPESA using Paybill Business Number (Equity Bank) 247247. Account number 0240292506904.

You may also MPESA the workshop charges to 0725783578- Kiama Muriithi. For those who will pay via MPESA, kindly present the transaction number at the registration desk on the workshop date.

 Cash payments will also be accepted at the registration desk on 28th June 2014.

 Ubuni School of Media & Creative Arts is glad to have you on board and looks forward to offering practical knowledge in all production aspects in filmmaking to interested film makers.

UBUNI

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