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STI's 'The Core Principles of Storytelling on the Screen' Begins Thursday – May 3rd
01 May 2018 :
Screen Training Ireland is seeking participants to fill the final places of their upcoming writing course – ‘The Basic Principles of Storytelling on the Screen’. The course is being tutored by award –winning screenwriter Mary Kate O’Flanagan

This course will provide guidance to writers and creatives on:

The Shapes of Stories

What Defines a Plot Twist and Why They Are Necessary

Character at the Heart of The Screen Story

Creating and Sustaining Dramatic Tension

Putting the Audience’s Experience First

Mary Kate O’Flanagan is an award-winning screenwriter and story consultant in the European film and television industry. She teaches screenwriting in The UK and The US, across Europe as well as in Ireland for Screen Training Ireland among others.

She has written six feature-length screenplays, five of which have been optioned and supported by funding from Bord Scannain/IFB and a pilot for a television series which won the EATC Prix Europa.

Mary Kate is Ireland’s First Grand Slam Champion Storyteller at The Moth, a title she won at The Abbey Theatre in October 2015. She is also The Grand Slam Champion Storyteller at The Moth in LA, a title she won in January 2017.

Screen Training Ireland are looking for emerging screenwriters, producers and development personnel.

Application Procedure:

Apply online - here





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