Writing Workshop - Stage play and Screenplay by Abhinay Banker

Satya Art Gallery
Navajivan Trust, B/h Gujarat Vidyapith, Ashram Road, Ahmedabad, India 380014

Workshop fees – INR 1000/-

For registrations contact
You can register and make payments to Mr. Arvind Shukla at ‘Karma Cafe’, Navajivan trust, B/H Gujarat Vidyapith, Off Ashram Road, Navrangpura, Ahmedabad – 14 between 1.00 pm – 9 pm (Except Mondays)

+91 9825450460 between 4.00 pm and 7.00 pm only.

Registrations close on the 26th of July.

Maximum participants – 20

Interested candidates register at the earliest.

2017-07-29 05:30:00 2017-07-30 05:30:00 Asia/Kolkata Writing Workshop - Stage play and Screenplay by Abhinay Banker

About the Workshop –
Stage play and Screenplay
1. Idea and concept
2. Plot construction
3. Story and characters
4. Scene development: from where to start and where to finish the scene.
5. Difference between Screenplay and stage play writing.
5. How screenplay and stage play is connected?
6. General of your subject.
7. Importance of spoken language.
8. What is the difference between Story writing, screenplay writing and dialogue writing?
9. Film analysis and understand the craft of a film.
10. We will have a film screening session both days and discussion on film writing: question answer session.
11. Group writing, duet writing and solo writing.

Workshop conducted by Abhinay Banker

About Abhinay –
Abhinay Banker was born on 14 September 1984 in Ahmedabad city of Gujarat, India. He has completed his Bachelor of Performing Arts in theatre and was awarded a Gold Medal from Gujarat University in 2009. Abhinay Banker is a renowned name of Indian theatre. He has earned accolades as an actor, director and scriptwriter. He has also won the Transmedia Award for Best actor (2013) for the critically acclaimed drama ‘Kasturba’ in which he played the character of Mahatma Gandhi..

He is actively working as an actor/director in Indian theatre since 2006, he has experience with the directors from various countries like France, Italy, Australia, USA, Germany etc. He has performed leading roles under direction of renowned directors like Saumya Joshi, Mallika Sarabhai, Aditi Desai, Dinesh Khanna (National School of Drama), Astrid Bas (France), Abhishek Jain, Nitesh Tiwari, Ajay Phansekar and many others.

Satya Art Gallery
Navajivan Trust, B/h Gujarat Vidyapith, Ashram Road, Ahmedabad, India 380014

Creativeyatra.com info@creativeyatra.com

About the Workshop –
Stage play and Screenplay
1. Idea and concept
2. Plot construction
3. Story and characters
4. Scene development: from where to start and where to finish the scene.
5. Difference between Screenplay and stage play writing.
5. How screenplay and stage play is connected?
6. General of your subject.
7. Importance of spoken language.
8. What is the difference between Story writing, screenplay writing and dialogue writing?
9. Film analysis and understand the craft of a film.
10. We will have a film screening session both days and discussion on film writing: question answer session.
11. Group writing, duet writing and solo writing.

Workshop conducted by Abhinay Banker

About Abhinay –
Abhinay Banker was born on 14 September 1984 in Ahmedabad city of Gujarat, India. He has completed his Bachelor of Performing Arts in theatre and was awarded a Gold Medal from Gujarat University in 2009. Abhinay Banker is a renowned name of Indian theatre. He has earned accolades as an actor, director and scriptwriter. He has also won the Transmedia Award for Best actor (2013) for the critically acclaimed drama ‘Kasturba’ in which he played the character of Mahatma Gandhi..

He is actively working as an actor/director in Indian theatre since 2006, he has experience with the directors from various countries like France, Italy, Australia, USA, Germany etc. He has performed leading roles under direction of renowned directors like Saumya Joshi, Mallika Sarabhai, Aditi Desai, Dinesh Khanna (National School of Drama), Astrid Bas (France), Abhishek Jain, Nitesh Tiwari, Ajay Phansekar and many others.

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