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Udemy - Production 101: Learn to Write, Film, Direct and Act

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    A beginner’s guide for those who want a fundamental understanding of how each part of production functions.

    What you'll learn

    How to craft ideas, plot, characters and dialogue for screenplays
    The importance of production design and how it influences visual storytelling
    The difference with camera shots and angles and when to use them.
    Tips on how actors approach and analyze characters

    Requirements

    A desire to learn screenwriting, producing and directing (No experience needed)

    Description

    Never written a screenplay or been to film school? Unfamiliar with the industry and its jargon? No worries! This crash course will provide you with foundational knowledge and understanding you need to formulate an idea and bring it to life on film.

    Along with the basics, this course walks you step by step into each segment of screenwriting, producing, directing and acting with examples, insight and tools.

    This course provides 7 videos that explore four key components of filmmaking. This includes:

    · Screenwriting

    o Crafting an idea start to finish

    o Exploring the elements of the 3-act and 6-act structures of film and television

    o Aspects of character and dialogue

    · Pre-production

    o Elements of a script that attract producers

    o Essential crew members and their roles and responsibilities

    o The importance of production design and how it influences visual storytelling

    o Criteria for obtaining locations for filming

    · Directing

    o How to estimate shooting time for a scene

    o How to plan shots and camera movements for your film project and how they play into the story

    o Methods for working with actors

    · Acting

    o How to approach and analyze characters

    o Tips on how to improve performances and embody the character

    This course also includes sample worksheets, contracts and a glossary. (I am not a lawyer, and these sample contracts are not legal advice).
    Who this course is for:

    Anyone interested in screenwriting, producing, directing, acting or ALL OF THEM
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