Techniques for screen-writing that can be used right away!
Let’s write good dialogues, let’s believe in the power of filmvisualism!
10:30 – 11:30 AM
Have you ever wondered how to solve problems like, “I am trying to tell a story through dialogues and it sounds like too much of an explanation. If I try to deliver visually then it just becomes too long..” This course might be just for you.
- Writing succinctly
- Words Dialogue vs stage direction
- When? Where? Who?Our significance on earth
- Using props & charades
Please bring: PC and/or papers, pencils, and flexible mind.
Not to bring: Leave behind your insecurities and closed mind.
*Lecture and practice details can be subject to change.
Sara Sawako Shiono
After receiving an M.A. from the University of Calgary, Sara worked in as a translator, editor and as a director of a translation and film for a production company in Vancouver. Since her return to Japan, she has been working as a freelance translator/script-writer, director in documentary, drama, theater and dubbing shows to name a few areas of her involvements.
Her notable works include: “Maruko, Next Door,” “Kokyo-The Good Earth”, a documentary called “Asano Hiroin wa Christian,” a TBS drama series called, “Shiawase no Okurimono” among many other works on Youtube and feature films.
The 1st TBS drama series scenario award finalist
Lecturer at Tohoku Shisha Eizo Techno Academia Translation dept
Lecturer at Scenario Center
Superbook, the animation is on-air @Tokyo MX, BS-TBS channels