Ready for Prime Time: Writing the Dramatic TV Episode

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Some of the best dramatic writing today can now be found on television. This class will focus on one commercial prime-time drama, past or present. Beginning with a deep immersion in to the world of that show - watching allof Season One - students break into groups, coming up with their own long stories to advance the plots. Each student will pitch a story for their particular version of "Season Two" - developing an outline, tracking their storylines with the other members of their group, adn finally writing a draft of an hour-long TV episode. Each studetn will write his or her own script - but will need to share notes, thoughts and feedback with their fellow writers. Instructor: Bell. One course. C-L: English 224s, Arts of the Moving Image 224s

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English 224s
AMI 224s
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