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Master of Arts in Script Writing is a postgraduate Film & TV programme. The Course is designed to give you the skills and understanding required to develop your Treatment for a feature film or equivalent television or radio script. The course is taught mostly with workshops, in which you present and discuss your own work with other students in a supportive environment. The course will explore both theory and practice of dramatic writing, addressing contemporary critical debates, analyzing written and performance texts, and experimenting with a range of techniques in original writing. Students will have the opportunity to participate in the writing of a full length feature film that is actually produced.
How is M.A. Script Writing Course Beneficial?
The programme is aimed at those who already have some writing experience, but who want to develop professional skills and expertise as screen or radio script writers. It also develops knowledge of storytelling, the demands of the media of television and radio and to mobilize your creative potential for the 21st century scriptwriting marketplace. This course provides a positive platform if you wish to launch yourself into a scriptwriting career by instilling technique, encouraging creativity and bringing you into contact with industry professionals.
• Graduate or any other equivalent qualification with minimum 60% marks.
• Some of the very reputed universities and institutes conduct entrance examination to get admission to the degree courses.
Syllabus of Script Writing as prescribed by various Universities and Colleges.
Subjects of Study
The Craft and Technique of Scriptwriting
Process and Creativity in Scriptwriting
Options – Continuing Series, Comedy or Horror / Fantasy
• City Pulse Institute of Film and Television, Gandhinagar
Students must have social perceptiveness such as being aware of others' reactions and understanding why they react as they do. They should possess clerical knowledge of administrative and clerical procedures and systems such as word processing, managing files and records, stenography and transcription, designing forms, and other office procedures and terminology. Candidates willing for further research studies also are good suit for the course.
• Story Consultant
• Script Editor
• Narrative Director
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