21 Days to Your Screenplay Treatment
Not only is a treatment a vital selling tool for screenwriters, the process of writing a treatment can help screenwriters lay a solid foundation for their screenplay that can save valuable time in the writing process. This is your chance to map out your plot and develop your characters before you’ve backed yourself into a corner with ninety pages of blood, sweat, and tears behind you.
Let Screenwriter's University show you, step-by-step, how to create an electrifying treatment! We've made the anxiety-producing process of treatment writing simple with our ground-breaking approach to the form. By the end of this workshop, you will have a strong treatment and a solid log line for your screenplay that has been vetted by an industry professional.
In this online writing course you will learn:
- What a treatment is and what it isn't
- When to use a treatment
- The differences between a treatment,synopsis, coverage, beat sheet and outline
- The proper format for a treatment
- How to choose what scenes go in your treatment
- What to do with your treatment
- Where to look for story ideas
- The five key components of a feature film treatment
- The six parts of a television series treatment
- How to write and what to include in a one-pager
- How to use a treatment as a sales tool
All of Screenwriters University's workshops are designed to fit into even the busiest of schedules. The workshops have no set meeting time.You can sign in and read lectures, complete and submit assignments, and participate in discussions on a timetable that fits your needs. This workshop will consist of three, one-week sessions. Each session includes an online lecture as well as a writing assignment that will be submitted to the instructor for private review, along with various additional creative exercises and supplements. Student work can also be posted for group review and feedback. Throughout the workshop you will be able to participate in asynchronous lecture discussions, and you’re encouraged to take advantage of your classmate's feedback by posting the self-directed writing exercises.
- Date available: 06/20/2014
- Publication date: 06/20/2014
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Meet the Author: George Yanok
George Yanok has had extensive experience writing and developing television pilots for both sitcom and long form programming. Nominated numerous times, he has won two EMMY’S and the Writers Guild of America Award.
Yanok’s episodic credits include “The Bob Newhart Show”, “Sanford & Son”. Welcome Back, Kotter”, “The Ted Knight Show” and series for Lynn Redgrave and Stockard Channing. Among the well-known performers he has worked with are Steve Martin, Lily Tomlin, Richard Pryor and The Smothers Brothers.
Yanok currently teaches at Watkins College of Art and Design & Film School in Nashville and is a popular online teacher (Scr...