About this Event
For beginning to intermediate screenwriters and directors with or without an idea for a short film, or anyone with an interest in filmmaking and/or storytelling.
Develop a first version of a script for a short film from scratch in just 6 weeks.
First we explore the creative process, and look at ways to find and develop ideas. After this we create a small scene to identify the basic elements of cinematic writing. We pay attention to finding the structure that helps you tell your story and writing dialogue. Giving and receiving feedback on presented work is a central element of the workshop.
Jonathan Herzberg (1980) is a writer, director, teacher and script doctor. He is based mostly in Amsterdam & Barcelona, but ready to fly everywhere. Before he studied directing at the Dutch Film and Television Academy (graduating in 2011), he studied philosophy and took courses in diverse fields as economics, political science, film studies and literature.
In his first year of film school he co-wrote and directed the feature length road movie ‘The Road to Cadiz’. The film premiered at the Dutch Film Festival, was selected for CPH:PIX in Copenhagen, and had a limited release in Dutch cinemas.
Jonathan has made a number of short films, and has worked as a creative, copywriter and director in advertising. He is currently developing several longer projects while teaching storytelling for fiction and working as a script doctor.
Places are limited to 12 people.
Course fee 270 Euros. To secure your place, you will need to pay 30 Euro deposit in the ticket link (Non-Refundable/Commitment) The remaining fee to be paid before or on the first day of the workshop.
We will send further details upon sign-up.
(Please note. This is an international workshop and will be entirely in English. Participants will need a good level of English and must be over 18 years of age)
Whatsapp: +34 667 081 373
Event Venue & Nearby Stays
Bigoli Studios, C/Saragossa 62, Barcelona, Spain