From: Sakiya Ghalib <Sakiya.Ghalib@princes-trust.org.uk>
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I am pleased to announce that we have an exciting online programme, Get Started in Screenwriting.
Get Started – Screenwriting (16-30)
Learn the art of storytelling on screen from a professional screenwriter, and how mindfulness practice can clear your mind, enhance creativity, and allow you to unlock your writing skills. Delivered by Iconic Steps, this course will cover all the basics of screenwriting, such as plot and character development, creating a narrative and exploring key themes, whilst learning meditation techniques to help when working on a script or other creative projects. By the end of the week you will have written and reviewed a script for a short film which will be read out by professional actors.
Potential for amazing progressive opportunities with well-known media companies and support with entry level jobs into the field!
Taster Day: Tuesday 31st May
Programme: Monday 6th – Friday 10th June, 11-3pm
Location: MS Teams
For more information contact: Sakiya.ghalib
If you are a young person, you can contact us from 9am – 9pm every day:
- Call us for free on 0800 842 842
- Live chat with us online here
If you are a referral partner:
Click here to refer a young person to us and a member of our team will be in touch to discuss their options.
Sakiya Ghalib | Youth Development Lead | The Prince’s Trust | Canningford House, Victoria Street, Bristol BS16BY| M: 07971498677
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