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Writing & Directing
What happens after a writer types “The End” but before the first day of principal photography? The workshop will explore this gulf between the writer’s room and production—otherwise known as the Script Coordinator. Proper script formatting, legal and clearances, revisions and other production issues that may arise between a writer’s draft and the shooting script will be discussed. A tutorial covering the industry standards, Final Draft and Movie Magic, will also finally answer: what does that “Locking” function do? You have your story written but it won’t come to life if production can’t make their day.
This course is recommended as a companion to Advanced Script Studio,
Producing Dramatic Film, Directing Dramatic Film and Production Management workshops.
Mon 23 November 2020, 6 - 9 pm(Registration deadline is Mon 23 November 5:00 pm)
Instructor: Ryan Spencer
Ryan Spencer is a graduate of Tisch School of the Arts at New York University. He has worked for Paradigm Talent Agency and in Feature Development at Dreamworks. Ryan was Script Coordinator for over three seasons of Law and Order: SVU. Recently, he graduated from the Canadian Film Centre’s Bell Prime Time TV Writing Program and was a Bell Fellow at Ban Media Festival. His other credits include Lucky 7 for ABC/Disney, Hemlock Grove for Net ix/Gaumont and e Next Step as a writer. Originally from Los Angeles, Ryan moved to Toronto over two years ago to marry his partner.
Category: Writing & Directing
Maximum Capacity: 15
3 hours of instruction $60 /member$85 /nonmember