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Beth Serlin Hosting FSTI Scene Analysis Course
26 Jun 2006 :
Beth Serlin, screenwriter of the Oscar nominated short documentary ‘Beyond Silence’, will host the forthcoming FÁS STI Scene Analysis Course, taking place in Dublin next month.

The course is designed for Irish professionals involved in writing in the film industry and participants must be involved in current development projects.

The aim of the course is to explore the precise craft of writing scenes for film. Through the medium of course work participants will apply their learning to their own scripts.

The course will focus on:
• fundamentals - what is a scene?
• the basic dramatic predicament
• scene form and structure, activity and action
• location and direction, intention and subtext, length, depth, transitions
• external, direct & overt conflict; internal, indirect & covert Conflict
• character introduction, objective vs. subjective action
• exposition, suspense, irony
• preparation/aftermath
• omission
• the sequence, fundamentals, form
• The Main Event, Tension, Oppositions
• the step outline, three act structure
• how sequences support acts, how scenes support sequences

Beth Serlin is a tutor in the Frank Daniel methodology at the Maurits Binger Instituut and North by Northwest, and Film First Foundation.

The course dates are Mon–Thurs 24-27th July, Sat-Sun 29-30th July 2006 .

Apply online at www.screentrainingireland.ie. For further details contact Susanne Cassells at FÁS Screen Training Ireland . Ph: (01) 4830840 Fax: (01) 4830842 Email: Susanne.cassells@fas.ie. Deadline for applications: 7th July 2006.

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