Feel like you’ve written the next Citizen Kane, but no one seems to care? In the second of our Q&A sessions, students on John Yorke’s Storytelling for Screen course chat with tutor, director and editor David Roden, learning inside information on how to get their work noticed, the pitfalls of writing something that seems that little bit too familiar, and why you should stay on your script editor’s good side.
Nothing from June 29, 2017 to July 5, 2017.
- John Yorke's 10 questions every writer should ask to test their story. Learn more: https://t.co/TFiXjnQNwQ… https://t.co/x4WvgEVHMR
about 10 hours ago
- Keep up to date with the world of #TV storytelling on our @SkillsetSSC approved courses: https://t.co/4AcMoz3Nwp… https://t.co/0IjYcQtzHB
about 14 hours ago
- For this week's Write Advice, #screenwriter & #playwright Justin Young talks script editors’ notes:… https://t.co/PRbGduRlWp
about 20 hours ago
- How to create a good #villain to your morally-dubious #protagonist, & other #writingtips from John Yorke:… https://t.co/jHD1UxfWFE
about 1 day ago