Our next flagship online Crash Course in Screenwriting kicks off on 7 October - and we'd love to have you along for the ride. It's an intensive ten-module programme which schools you in the key tactics and strategies of master screenwriting over five weeks.
We are now able to walk you through the entire screenwriting process
We’ll provide you with the skills you need, help you conceive of and develop your idea … and write it from beginning to end.
The SCREENWRITING CRASH COURSE is a ten-module online programme that runs you through the essential skills required to write for film or television. Join Michéle Rowe and Richard Beynon, two immensely experienced screenwriters and course facilitators, for an exhilarating introduction to the craft. In just five weeks you’ll master the basic array of skills that could start you on a creative – and profitable – screen or tv writing path.
At that point, you’ll be ready to move on to the advanced KICKSTART YOUR SCREENPLAY programme, which will help you craft a clear, well-structured outline. We’ll help you turn an idea into a workable outline. Once you have an outline you can join our mentoring programme through which you’ll write your screenplay with the constant support and constructive feedback of Richard and Michéle.
Our MENTORING PROGRAMME provides one-on-one coaching on any film or television project.
Michéle Rowe is a scriptwriter who has worked primarily as a head writer and story originator for television and film. Projects Michéle has originated, written or directed have been nominated for or won various awards, including an Oscar documentary and International Emmy nomination. At present she works as a script editor, teaches screenwriting and is completing her third novel for Penguin. She has a Master’s Degree in Creative Writing from the University of Cape Town.
Richard Beynon is a story consultant and award-winning film and television scriptwriter with a long and accomplished career in the film and television industry. He has written for – or headed the storytelling teams of – many of country’s most popular soaps, dramas and comedies. These include S’gudi snaysi, Going Up, Soul City, Isidingo, Scandal, Rhythm City and Isibaya. He has lectured on writing for film and television at Wits.
With Michéle and Richard’s many decades of professional writing, film industry and teaching experience you’ll be in very capable hands.