VISION


This school is designed for writers who have a story to tell and who are interested in expanding their artistry and vision into the field of screenwriting.

OUR FOCUS


Do you have a vision for a story you want to tell, but aren’t quite sure how to tell it? All it takes is one inspiring idea to get you started on the path of screenwriting, whether you are an experienced writer or a complete novice.

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SCHOOL INFORMATION


Dates

Apr 4 – Jun 26, 2019

Costs

$5,450

Languages

English

Prerequisites

Completion of DTS and outreach.

SCHOOL TOPICS


Script formatting

Character development

Short screenplay

Feature length screenplay

Co-writing

Working directly with students in the film school to see films through production

Internship opportunities

Lectures & workshops with professionals in the industry

OUTREACH / INTERNSHIPS


Writers will have opportunities for one-on-one mentoring with knowledgeable staff, with opportunities to have their scripts work-shopped. By the conclusion of the program, each student will have completed a full length screenplay and a number of students will have their short scripts produced in collaboration with the students in The School of Digital Filmmaking.

JOHNPETER LIVINGSTON


JohnPeter Livingston  is an MFA in Screenwriting Graduate from Virginia, having authored multiple feature lengths, including “Death and All Its Accessories”, “While Cities Sleep”, and his award winning short film, “Crossing the River”. JohnPeter has been actively involved in film and theatre for over ten years, serving as editor, script doctor, and contractual writer.  Having his work read by multiple industry writers, JohnPeter has had the privilege of working under renowned writers, such as Gillette Elvgren.

Email: livi3582@gmail.com

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Accreditation


THE UNIVERSITY OF THE NATIONS IS NOT ACCREDITED BY AN ACCREDITING AGENCY RECOGNIZED BY THE UNITED STATES SECRETARY OF EDUCATION.  Admission to the University of the Nations (U of N) and any of its sponsored programs is open to qualified individuals regardless of race, color, nationality, ethnic origin, gender, and educationally unrelated handicaps. U of N reserves the right to change schedules and course offerings as deemed necessary.