Learning Screenwriting with Final Draft 10

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Learning Screenwriting with Final Draft 10 – Playing Writing Tutorial with Final Final 10

Writing scripts for a big or small screen is a dream for countless aspiring creatives. As communication has grown increasingly in the field of visual and video technology, it has become increasingly accessible-the art and craft of screenwriting has found powerful additional uses in everything from politics to marketing to education. Final Draft 10 is a leader in the creation and revision of screenplays of all types. It’s the go-to software for novices who want to use a pro tool, and veterans who have made it the standard. This course is a step-by-step, interactive journey that takes the aspiring screenwriter-or the pro who has not yet used Final Draft-from zero to sixty. While it does not cover every feature of this powerhouse software, it provides an overview of 80% of the tools a writer needs to go from outline to, well, the final draft. Highlighted are the latest cutting-edge features in version 10 that enable brainstorming, alternate versions of the dialog, and more. Your guide, Oscar-nominated screenwriter Roger SH Schulman, also offers insider tips and tricks to save time and improve the quality of scripts, and a bonus chapter on using Final Draft Writer on the iPad or iPhone to take scripts wherever inspiration strikes.

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Language of instruction: English
Teacher: Roger SH Schulman
Level of training: Preliminary
time of training: 1 hour + 53 minutes
File size: 296 MB

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