Kommune Presents Screenwriting Bootcamp With Satyanshu Singh

04.00 PM - 09.00 PM

Online workshop

With Tickets Rs. 3499

2020-07-16 16:00:00 2020-08-01 21:00:00 Asia/Kolkata Kommune Presents Screenwriting Bootcamp With Satyanshu Singh

Do you dream of becoming a professional screenwriter? Are you looking to turn your idea into a film/tv series? Then this crash course is perfect for you. The screenwriting crash course consists of 5 sessions: 3 writing workshops, one peer-feedback session, and one story pitch fest in which you get to pitch your idea to Bollywood & OTT filmmakers.

Across 3 workshops, Satyanshu Singh will teach you the essential principles of screenwriting, and will help you level up as a writer.

After that, there will be a peer-to-peer feedback session, where participants will receive feedback from one another on their story ideas.

And to wrap up the crash course, the best participants will get to pitch their story ideas to a panel that will include Satyanshu Singh, Roshan Abbas, and more veterans from the content industry. The participants with the best ideas will get an exclusive mentorship session with Imtiaz Ali and Kabir Khan.

Crash Course Curriculum & Calendar:

17th July, 4PM – 9PM: Workshop #1 with Satyanshu Singh (Fundamentals of screenwriting)

18th July, 4PM – 9PM: Workshop #2 with Satyanshu Singh (The Secrets of Character-Building)

19th July, 4PM – 9PM: Workshop #3 with Satyanshu Singh (How to Write TV Shows)

26th July, 4PM – 9PM: Peer-to-peer feedback session

2nd August, 4PM – 7PM: Pitch your ideas to a panel

About The Facilitator:

Satyanshu Singh is a National Award-winning filmmaker, writer and professor of cinema. After finishing his MBBS education from Armed Forces Medical College in Pune, Satyanshu gave up his job of a doctor in the Armed Forces and started his professional journey by writing poems for Vikramaditya Motwane’s ‘Udaan’. He then wrote lyrics for ‘Sulemani Keeda’ and ‘Ferrari Ki Sawaari’.

His directorial debut was a Kashmiri short film ‘Tamaash’, that won numerous awards around the world including a National Award. Satyanshu’s first feature film, ‘Chintu Ka Birthday’, released on Zee5 in June 2020, and has been received very well by the audience.

Satyanshu started teaching cinema in Mass Media courses at colleges affiliated to Mumbai University in 2011. He also designed and conducted screenwriting courses at Anupam Kher’s ‘Actor Prepares’ for two years. In 2016. He conducts one-day screenwriting and film appreciation workshops in several cities and continues to teach undergraduate students in Mass Media courses.

In April-May 2020, Satyanshu conducted online lectures for coronavirus relief which raised more than Rs 28 Lakhs for more than 40 different funds.

Booking a ticket confirms your slot for the crash course. The organisers will send you a link separately after you have purchased your ticket for the crash course. Do not miss this. Book your spot now!

Online workshop

Creativeyatra.com info@creativeyatra.com

Do you dream of becoming a professional screenwriter? Are you looking to turn your idea into a film/tv series? Then this crash course is perfect for you. The screenwriting crash course consists of 5 sessions: 3 writing workshops, one peer-feedback session, and one story pitch fest in which you get to pitch your idea to Bollywood & OTT filmmakers.

Across 3 workshops, Satyanshu Singh will teach you the essential principles of screenwriting, and will help you level up as a writer.

After that, there will be a peer-to-peer feedback session, where participants will receive feedback from one another on their story ideas.

And to wrap up the crash course, the best participants will get to pitch their story ideas to a panel that will include Satyanshu Singh, Roshan Abbas, and more veterans from the content industry. The participants with the best ideas will get an exclusive mentorship session with Imtiaz Ali and Kabir Khan.

Crash Course Curriculum & Calendar:

17th July, 4PM – 9PM: Workshop #1 with Satyanshu Singh (Fundamentals of screenwriting)

18th July, 4PM – 9PM: Workshop #2 with Satyanshu Singh (The Secrets of Character-Building)

19th July, 4PM – 9PM: Workshop #3 with Satyanshu Singh (How to Write TV Shows)

26th July, 4PM – 9PM: Peer-to-peer feedback session

2nd August, 4PM – 7PM: Pitch your ideas to a panel

About The Facilitator:

Satyanshu Singh is a National Award-winning filmmaker, writer and professor of cinema. After finishing his MBBS education from Armed Forces Medical College in Pune, Satyanshu gave up his job of a doctor in the Armed Forces and started his professional journey by writing poems for Vikramaditya Motwane’s ‘Udaan’. He then wrote lyrics for ‘Sulemani Keeda’ and ‘Ferrari Ki Sawaari’.

His directorial debut was a Kashmiri short film ‘Tamaash’, that won numerous awards around the world including a National Award. Satyanshu’s first feature film, ‘Chintu Ka Birthday’, released on Zee5 in June 2020, and has been received very well by the audience.

Satyanshu started teaching cinema in Mass Media courses at colleges affiliated to Mumbai University in 2011. He also designed and conducted screenwriting courses at Anupam Kher’s ‘Actor Prepares’ for two years. In 2016. He conducts one-day screenwriting and film appreciation workshops in several cities and continues to teach undergraduate students in Mass Media courses.

In April-May 2020, Satyanshu conducted online lectures for coronavirus relief which raised more than Rs 28 Lakhs for more than 40 different funds.

Booking a ticket confirms your slot for the crash course. The organisers will send you a link separately after you have purchased your ticket for the crash course. Do not miss this. Book your spot now!

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