How to storyline a series for television drama is a one day workshop designed to teach the basics of storylining in drama. It also covers how to develop and pitch ideas for a soap or drama series. How to storyline a series for television drama is a highly practical course and focuses on how long-running drama works, developing series from the basic idea to telling a story over a number of episodes.
You’ll learn all about the process of storylining. There’ll also be input on story conferences, how they work and how to pitch your ideas, and part of the day is a practical workshop learning about soaps. Areas covered include:
Writers who want to learn about telling a story over more than one episode, TV writers, script editors and script developers
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