COMM370-001 Lizie - CC 370-001 SCREENWRITING BRIDGEWATER...

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CC 370-001 - SCREENWRITING BRIDGEWATER STATE COLLEGE – SPRING 2007 MONDAY 1:50-4:30 HUNT 109 Dr. Arthur Lizie | [email protected] | webhost.bridgew.edu/alizie | Office: Maxwell 215J | 508-531-2170 | Office Hours: M 12:00-1:00; by appointment | Blackboard: http://blackboard.bridgew.edu/ Course Description This course introduces students to the theory, craft, and business of film writing. Using a mixture of screenwriting texts, video and Internet assignments, and individual and group activities, students will become familiar with key screenwriting concepts such as character development and three-act structure. No prior experience is required, but a desire to think creatively and learn a craft through writing and revision is a must. Required Texts Frensham, Raymond G. Teach Yourself Screenwriting . Lincolnwood, Illinois: NTC Publishing Group, 2003. Kaufman, Charlie. Adaptation: The Shooting Script . New York: Newmarket Press, 2003. Guidelines and Policies | Philosophy Lectures are necessary to insure common ground for discussion, but this course will succeed based on your willingness to explore and share your experiences and creativity in thoughtful and meaningful ways. | Attendance Attendance at all class sessions is required. More than one absence will drop your final grade, as will habitual lateness, leaving early, and leaving during class. While I
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