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Learn how to give shape and form to the outline/treatment you created in Screenwriting Level 1 with an experienced screenwriter as your guide. During this eight-week, Level 2 course, you will continue to develop your outline and create a working draft of the first act of your screenplay. Sessions include presentations, interactive exercises, discussions of your works-in-progress, and a one-on-one mentoring session focused on your project. Eligibility Requirement: Completion of Sundance Co//ab Screenwriting Level 1 course or completion of at least one feature screenplay as the writer.
Learn how to give shape and form to the work you started in TV Writing Level 1 with an experienced TV writer as your guide. During this eight-week, Level 2 course, you will work on developing your idea into a pilot and series outline. Sessions include presentations/discussions, interactive exercises, a case study with a renowned Advisor from the Sundance network, and a one-on-one mentoring session focused on your project. Eligibility Requirement: Completion of Sundance Co//ab TV Writing Level 1 course or completion of at least one pilot script as the writer.
Crafting an ending that's both inevitable and surprising is very challenging. Select a feature film (well known, if possible) that ended in an unsatisfying way and rewrite the final scene. Sponsored by Final Draft
Fixed Births is a scene introducing one of the three main characters and the world of a dystopian feature film I am currently working on. Initially, this scene is from a series of dystopian science fiction short stories I wrote.
A Los Angeles native, John Lopez has covered film and the arts for Grantland, Vanity Fair online and Bloomberg Business Week. His short Plan B, starring Randall Park and Rosa Salazar, was a finalist in the NBC Short Cuts Film festival.
Our Sundance Co//ab Advisor is here to give you feedback on your work in progress in Share Your Work and answer your questions in Advisor Q&A. Check out the artist's full biography and recommended resources.
Learn how to capture the DNA of a film through melody and sound
Music editor Adam Smalley talks about how he works with directors and composers to incorporate and enhance sound into films.
Learn how Catherine Hardwicke works to create stunning aural worlds by blending compositions, tracks, and sound design.
Documentary director Yance Ford spent 10 years capturing the right sound for STRONG ISLAND - here's how he did it.
Join Peter Golub, Director of the Sundance Film Music Program, director Jodie Foster, composer Mark Isham, and music editor Thomas Carlson as they discuss how music can amplify and refine storytelling in film.
Composer Mark Isham talks about his process, his use of melody and how he combines acoustic and electronic elements.
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