Upcoming Courses by Singapore Media Academy
Sinema will be working with the Singapore Media Academy (SMA), to conduct various film courses over 2010. Check out one of the upcoming courses in late January: Produce a Script from a Client’s Brief.
It is designed to equip participants with an understanding of the principles of writing that a scriptwriter needs to master.
This Course covers the principles of screenwriting from a creative and industrial perspective. The skills include the ability to interpret a producer’s brief, understand the essential vision of the project as instructed by the producer and the production restraints such as budget, technological, and audience requirements, that the project has to work within.
It will cover creative brainstorming within a structured environment, story creation, dramatic and writing skills, with an emphasis on writing for episodic TV and the particular skills required for writing within that environment.
Training: 25th Jan ““ 27th Jan 10, 9.00am – 6.00pm
Assessment: 29th Jan 10
Venue: Singapore Media Academy,
30 Merchant Road, Riverside Point #04-13,
Full Fee: $4,653.54
WSQ Training Subsidy for Singaporean & PR: $4,188.18
Fee Payable with Subsidy: $465.35
Lawrence Gray is a British screenwriter and director based in Hong Kong. He has written for UK and Singaporean TV dramas, edited and doctored Indian and Chinese film scripts, and currently has a Hollywood movie in production with the producers of the Oscar winning “Walk The Line”. He has won the PAWS Award for TV Drama, and the Hong Kong Asia Finance Forum’s award for best Hong Kong film project of the year.
He has taught screenwriting in the UK, Hong Kong, Singapore, and Las Vegas. And was a founder and chairman of the London Screenwriters’ Workshop. He is also the founder and chairman of the Hong Kong Writers’ Circle and has written short stories, newspaper and magazine articles in various publications around the region. He is currently writing, producing and directing his own films.
Follow this link to sign up for this course.