Course Description

Scriptwriting And Screenwriting Course

Pulse College

Scriptwriting And Screenwriting Course.

This screenwriting & scriptwriting boot camp course provides students with a supportive environment that allows their natural story-telling talent to shine through. The course has an interactive and proactive narrative approach rather than focusing on theory. Participants’ own ideas and skills as a writer will be encouraged in a fun environment as part of the course.

This intensive bootcamp, instructs all students on how to get your ideas down on paper and turn them into film scripts or proposals with practical exercises and personal feedback from our course tutors.


You will learn how to prepare and develop an idea into a finished script, how to tap into funding and how to write your way into the film industry. This course takes an interactive and proactive approach rather than focusing on just screenwriting theory. It is aimed at inspiring, nurturing and stimulating you to create your own ideas and develop your skills as a screenwriter.

This scriptwriting course will enable you to:

  • Write great scripts and generate filmic ideas
  • Be creative with writing exercises
  • Have confidence in your abilities
  • Use correct script formats and layouts
  • Understand how the industry works
  • Receive, action and provide feedback
  • Understand how to apply for film funding
  • Promote your film script, and yourself
  • Network in the film industry and know where and how to make contacts

Aims of the course

This is a writing workshop, therefore there will be almost no lecture style instruction rather the classes will be student centered. Its object is to attempt to de-mystify the craft of scriptwriting. All material will originate in the class and be based on experiences in the participants’ own lives. Those disinclined to air their personal problems in class are advised not to sign up. We will write in a variety of forms from stockpiling material in bullet points to notes, loglines, step outlines and scene breakdowns.

We will try to do in the boot camp what professional scriptwriters do when they are developing a film idea for a production company or trying to obtain a commission from a broadcaster for a TV series. Students will write every night, and during classes, circulate their drafts for discussion. It is anticipated that these discussions will cover such areas as; coming up with ideas, the application of different dramatic models, understanding structure, working to a brief, research, discussions of genre, collaboration with others and how to be your own script editor.

College Name Pulse College
Course Category Dance, Music & Theatre Performance, Scriptwriting
Course Type Classroom Based
Course Location Dublin, Ireland
Location Postcode Dublin 4
Delivery mode Classroom based
Course Fee €390.00
Course Duration 5 weeks
Entry Requirements -Prospective students should display an enthusiasm for film, theatre and a desire to take ideas from initial concept to finished product. There are no minimum academic requirements for acceptance onto this course.-Upon receiving your application form our Admissions Team will be in contact to discuss our payment options in securing your course place.
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Pulse College

20 Ringsend Road, Dublin 4, Dublin, Republic of Ireland

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