Whether you are writing a screenplay, web series, sitcom or dramatic series, the fundamentals of screen storytelling remain the same. The primary focus is on creating a supportive workshop where we read, encourage, and offer feedback. We meet twice a week for about an hour.
Sign up now for a bonus 1 on 1 consultation via Skype/FaceTime/Zoom. Here we will discuss your expectations for the course and your particular project.
After our discussion, you can e-mail a synopsis and outline for feedback.
I will also point your towards resources that will aid you on your journey from potential books to recommended screenplays.
Douglas Morse is a professor of Screenwriting and Script Analysis at The New School. He has taught Producing the Independent Feature at NYU. Doug has directed nine feature films, the majority of which are still in active distribution with the largest distributor of educational media in the US. Doug earned his BA in Cinema Studies from The University of Pennsylvania and his Master of Fine Arts in Writing and Directing from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts.
Doug wrote and directed The Kindergarten Shuffle based on his nightmarish experiences finding an appropriate educational experience for his 5 year old son. Screenings were held around the city: NewDirectors Anthology Film Archives, NEST+m Gifted and Talented School, AALBC
Brownstone Screening, RIISE Program, Symphony Space, and Educational Alliance. Here, the cast and crew discuss the unusual approach to the film. (please excuse the Q&A shaky-cam).