Scriptwriting

So last week I found out about the Scriptwriting in Practise course, being run this summer by MMU and North West Playwrights. Luckily I spotted it the night before the deadline so I was able to send something in – and was accepted!

Which means in a little over a week I’ll be starting the course and writing a forty-five minute script. I will be posting about my progress in the workshops and writing the script, so keep an eye out for my exploits on that front.

I really love scriptwriting, it’s much more immediate than prose, but I also find it quite challenging as you’re so restricted on what you can describe. On the other hand, I tend to write a lot of dialogue and only short, tight descriptions where I can, which I guess should be good practise for scriptwriting. The story I’m using is actually a novel idea I had a few ideas, so trying to push it into a script shape will be really interesting.

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About sarahgracelogan

Sarah Grace is an itinerant scribbler and general layabout. She runs a writing group called CAKE.shortandsweet, because any form of procrastination from actual writing is always attractive to the serious author of refined taste. When not distracted by laser pens, Sarah Grace writes novels, short stories and flash fiction, poetry, stage scripts and screenplays. She has performed her work at Stirred Poetry, Bad Language and Tongue in Cheek Manchester. Her first publication, Humping the Boonies is a self-published chapbook available directly from the author, or from Travelling Man, Manchester. You can find more details about her ongoing projects, not to mention a selection of free stories up for grabs right here on her blog. https://sarahgracelogan.wordpress.com/about/ She also likes to talk about theatre, film, books, photography, and especially games and other things that involve collaborative storytelling. Sarah Grace likes feedback, in whatever form it comes.

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