Whether we like it or not, cinematic audiences make up their minds about your story within the first ten minutes. It’s our job as writers to grab the audience and not let go as quickly as possible. Join us for an exciting free webinar, hosted by Chuck Kim, Linda Voorhees and Tim Albaugh in which we’ll explore the art of crafting a captivating beginning that introduces your character, sets up the current situation, and presents the protagonist’s problem.
Date: April 27, 2024
Time: 10am PST (90 minutes)
Location: Online Webinar – Zoom
Master the Art of Crafting a Compelling Start to your Screenplay – In this FREE seminar, you will:
- Character Introduction: Discover the secrets to introducing your main character in a way that immediately connects with the audience. Explore techniques for character depth and relatability.
- Setting the Stage: Learn how to set the stage effectively, not just physically, but emotionally and thematically. Create a world that draws viewers in and foreshadows the journey ahead.
- Presenting the Central Problem: Understand the importance of presenting your story’s central problem early on. Explore techniques for creating intrigue and anticipation around the core conflict.
- Character Arc Seeds: Plant the seeds for character arcs within the first 10 pages. Explore how to hint at personal growth and transformation, keeping the audience invested.
- Dialogue and Subtext: Delve into crafting meaningful dialogue and subtext. Learn how to use character interactions to convey essential information and subtextual layers.
- Pacing and Tension: Master the art of pacing and tension-building in the opening pages. Keep your audience engaged and eager to see what happens next.
Who Should Attend?
- Aspiring Screenwriters
- Storytelling Enthusiasts
- Anyone Eager to Craft Engaging screenplays
- Learn from seasoned screenwriting professionals.
- Elevate your screenwriting skills.
- Connect with fellow storytellers.
- It’s FREE!
Don’t miss this opportunity to learn the secrets behind crafting an unforgettable first 10 pages of your screenplay. Register today, and explore the art of “The First 10 Pages: Character, Situation, Problem.”