Odyssey Workshop: Story Development and Screenwriting

From January to May 2022, the Odyssey Program at Cleveland State University’s School of Film & Media Arts offers a series of one-day workshops for high school students (aged 13-18) interested in film and media arts.

Encompassing everything from idea generation, story structure and plotting, characterization, revisions and final edits, and more, story development is an essential part of the process in the creation of any successful screenplay. Take the first step in translating your ideas to the screen with this activity-packed workshop that introduces strategies and techniques of the trade.

Instructor: Tiffany Alexander has a BA from Hampton University, and a recent MFA in Narrative Media Writing from the University of Georgia.  She has worked as a Copy Editor at the Orlando Sentinel, Reporter and Assistant Metropolitan Editor for the Plain Dealer, Adjunct Professor at Metro State University in Denver, Assistant City Editor at the Denver Post, as an Editor at CNN Digital, and as an Adjunct Professor at Kent State. Outside of her journalistic past she has written children’s books and TV Pilots.

Saturday, April 9 at 1:00pm to 5:00pm

School of Film & Media Arts, 614
1375 Euclid Avenue (Idea Center), Suite 600, Cleveland, Ohio

Event Type

Arts, Film

Colleges, Schools and Units

College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences

Events by Audience

Public

Events by Interest

Arts and Humanities

Website

http://www.csufilmodyssey.com/

Cost

$150

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