Direction and script writing
The script for a film or television series is the foundation of a production — the blueprint that producers, directors, actors, and editors follow to build a visual story from nothing into a seemingly real world that audience can experience and enjoy.
BRIIC offers a one-year advanced diploma program designed to immerse aspiring screenplay writers in the fundamentals of writing scripts in an intensive, hands-on program. Students need to become familiar with and understand the structure, format, and best practices of writing scripts for film, television, and television series to catch the eye of producers and agents.
Screenplay writing is not simply a matter of learning the rules of formatting and the best practices of storytelling. Writing a script that will truly stand out requires a deep and unflinching commitment to developing riveting characters, compelling original stories, and one-of-a-kind adaptations.
BRIIC offers a screenplay writing curriculum focused on teaching students the fundamentals and practical know-how they need to succeed as professional screenwriters. Each course is taught by professional screenwriters in a supportive and hands-on environment that immerses students in the world of writing screenplays. From the first day of class to the end of their program, students will be writing, rewriting, and revising constantly, working on a variety of exercises, projects, and their own scripts, and incorporating what they learn in class to their own scripts — ultimately writing a first draft of a feature-length film. Students who finish the program are prepared to embark upon a career as a screenplay writer with an educational experience that will actively prepare them for the realities of the industry.
Directors are responsible for creatively translating the film's written script into actual images and sounds on the screen. Directors may write the film's script or commission it to be written, or they may be hired after an early draft of the script is complete. They must then develop a vision for the finished film and work out how to achieve it. They are ultimately responsible for a film's artistic and commercial success or failure.
BRIIC offers a visionary course on Direction and screenplay writing.They also manage the technical aspects of filming including the camera, sound, lighting, design and special effects departments. During postproduction, Directors work closely with editors through the many technical processes of editing, to reach the final cut or version of the film. At all stages, Directors are responsible for motivation of the entire crew.
During pre-production, Directors make crucial decisions, such as selecting the right cast, crew and locations for the film.
They then direct rehearsals and the performances of the actors once the film is in production.
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