EN 366 — Screenwriting II

3 credits; 3 lecture hours

This course is cross-listed with FI 356. This course focuses on elements of screenwriting for feature-length films, including story concept, three-act structure, the world of the story, protagonist and antagonist, conflict, characterization, scene development, and dialogue. Students formulate individual projects, from pitching a story to presenting a synopsis, preparing an outline, and writing a screenplay. The business end of screenwriting is discussed and students meet film industry professionals. (G6: Arts).
Prerequisite(s): EN 266 or FI 256.