Screenwriting At Your Level
By Nancy Bevins
A ZOOM Class:
Fridays, April 9 — May 14, 2021
9:00 am — 10:30 am MST
- Like or hate “Yellowstone” the TV series?
- Want to write your own script?
- Join in a writing course and complete a short screen play.
- Work at your level — Beginner to Advanced.
Screenplays are short on words but big on plot and character. Using film clips, Academy Award-winning published screenplays, and lecture, you will learn the dynamics of creating an engaging story.
Weekly writing assignments with self-critique will put you on course to finish a short screenplay.
Final session includes what it looks like to move into production.
About Your Instructor:
Nancy Norton Bevins is an award-winning writer and producer in independent feature films. Bevins’ screenplays have won awards including UCLA’s Top Ten, Toronto’s GOOD-TO-GO, the Bigfork Film Festival, and a Second Rounder at the Austin Film Festival. Bevins holds an MFA in Film Production from Loyola Marymount University and Screenwriting Certificates from UCLA. She has produced over 25 features, short, documentaries, and theatrical plays.
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Enrollment begins Monday, March 8, 2021
To learn more, contact:
- University of Montana / MOLLI
NOTE: This class is offered through the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at the University of Montana
MOLLI is a lifelong learning program for adult learners 50+.