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8 weekend Screenwriting, Producing and Directing Workshop, Amaka Igwe Studios, Lagos, to begin 17 September


Screenwriting, Producing and Directing Workshop.

The Centre for Excellence in Film and Media Studies and Amaka Igwe Studios present an 8 week-weekends only – Screenwriting, Producing and Directing Workshop. Classes hold on Saturdays and Sundays only and commence on the 17th ofSeptember, 2011.

 For screenwriting, some of the courses to be covered include; Who’s a Screenwriter?, Script appreciation, Finding the Story, The Film story, Story Development, Dialogue , Writing for film and writing for Television, Characterisation, Plot and Conflict and Understanding Genre.

For Producing; Who is a producer? ,What is producing?, Breaking down a script, Shooting on time and budget, working with a director and crew, production project management. Creative producing, fundraising, Sponsorship and strategy.

For directing; Who is a Director?, Shot by Shot, Casting , Grammar of Directing, Planning the Shoot, Handling Cast and Crew, Geography of Shots, Shot Composition, Blocking and Choreography, Camera Placement, Directing Talent, Shooting for Edit.

All those specializing in screenwriting will be expected to complete the screenplay for a short film during the workshop.

Those for directing will be expected to shoot a short film.

Workshop fee is N50, 000 and this covers training materials, tea/coffee break and lunch.

Kindly make payments into this account:202148350115, Centre for Excellence in Film and Media Studies.GT Bank.

Workshop is open to only 25 participants.

The team of facilitators will be led by Amaka Igwe, Charles Igwe, Chris Ihidero, Leke Badiru and a host of others in the industry.

For further information please call Tomi – 08023525104 or come to 44A Palm Avenue, MKO Abiola Gardens, Alausa ikeja Lagos.

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2 Week Screenwriting, Producing and Directing Workshop, 9 May 2011, from Centre for Excellence in Film and Media Studies and Amaka Igwe Studios


Screenwriting,Producing and Directing Workshop.

The Centre for Excellence in Film and Media Studies and Amaka Igwe Studios present a 2week Screenwriting, Producing and Directing Workshop. Classes hold on Mondays to Fridays only and commence on the 9th of May, 2011.

For screenwriting, some of the courses to be covered include; Who’s a Screenwriter?, Script appreciation, Finding the Story, The Film story, Story Development, Dialogue , Writing for film and writing for Television, Characterisation, Plot and Conflict and Understanding Genre.

For Producing; Who is a producer? ,What is producing?, Breaking down a script, Shooting on time and budget, working with a director and crew, production project management. Creative producing, fundraising, Sponsorship and strategy.

For directing; Who is a Director?, Shot by Shot, Casting , Grammar of Directing, Planning the Shoot, Handling Cast and Crew, Geography of Shots, Shot Composition, Blocking and Choreography, Camera Placement, Directing Talent, Shooting for Edit.

All those specializing in screenwriting will be expected to complete the screenplay for a short film during the workshop.

Those for directing will be expected to shoot a short film.

Workshop fee is N50, 000 and this covers training materials, tea/coffee break and lunch.

Workshop is open to only 25 participants.

The team of facilitators will be led by Amaka Igwe.

For further information please call 08030833769, 08023525104 or come to 44A Palm Avenue, MKO Abiola Gardens, Alausa ikeja Lagos.

Aspiring Filmmaker Series: Scriptwriting and Directing Masterclass, with Naresh Sharma, Bond Emeruwa, and Jose Varghese, 25 March 2011, Yenagoa, Bayelsa State


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Aspiring Filmmaker Series: Scriptwriting and Directing Masterclass

BLUES & HILLS Consultancy and Africa Film Academy call for interested aspiring filmmakers to register for the Scriptwriting and Directing Masterclass Workshop, to be facilitated by Indian filmmaker and cinematographer, Naresh Sharma on 25 March, 2011 at Niger Delta Wetland Centre, Ekike, Yenogoa, in Bayelsa State. He will be joined by Nigerian filmmaker, Bond Emeruwa and Indian creative writing teacher, Jose Varghese.

Mr Sharma is the Director of Centre for Research in Art of Film & TV (CRAFT), Delhi. After graduating from Film and Television Institute of India, (FTII, Pune ) in December of 1993, he acquired on-floor expertise while working with ace cinematographers like Ashok Mehta and Vikas Shaivaraman.

His independent works include advert films, promos, corporate and documentaries. He has worked with Grey Worldwide, Triton advertising, Bharat Bala Prods, Shot in the dark, Mise-en-scene, Squirkle, Percept Advertising, Universal Music, T-Series, Channel [ v ] ,B4U and others. He shot the music video of “Nishani” for popular star, Jassi.  In 2001, he shot a Hindi feature length fiction directed by Senior FTII 1974 graduate batch on 35mm.  In 2005, he shot 2nd feature length fiction film on 35mm Cinemascope format “Sonam” about the Monapa community of Arunachal Pradesh. He is widely travelled and has facilitated workshops across the world.

 For registration and further enquiries, contact: bluesandhills@gmail.com

Event Listing:

Bayelsa Book & Craft Fair: 24-26 March, 2011 at Niger Delta Wetland Centre, Yenogoa. Exhibitors can contact bluesandhills@gmail.com

Onyeka Nwelue, author, The Abyssinian Boy (DADA Books, 2009)
Writer-in-Residence, Centre for Research in Art of Film & TV (CRAFT),
272, FIRST FLOOR, NAHARPUR CAR MARKET, ROHINI SECTOR 7,
DELHI 110085, INDIA
+919654516737
http://bookandfilm.blogspot.com
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