Television Drama Clinic
Are you serious about starting or advancing your career in writing drama television? Develop your script draft to polished pitch in this intensive workshopping series with the award-winning Anthony Mullins.
Over six monthly half-day masterclasses, hone your craft and develop your screenplay with the support and critique of a screenwriter tutor and your peers. Between masterclasses, explore and engage with the craft and industry of screenwriting through online tutorials, podcasts, and resources. By the end of the series, you will have a strong foundation in screenwriting and editing, stage cues, and visual and auditory language, and a concept ready for pitching. The Clinic provides a dedicated tutor-participant focus and offers advanced writing technique.
The Clinic program is designed for writers who have a strong writing practice and practical understanding of craft. Participants may be emerging screenwriters, or established narrative writers who are new to screenwriting. This is not a course for writers who are beginning their writing journey, but for writers who are beginning or emerging to the screenwriting industry.
The TV Drama Clinic is open to all genres within the medium (i.e. crime, spec-fic, comedic).
Admission to this course is by submission. The submission process is to ensure that projects are at a suitable stage of development; you will not be assessed on your writing.
All participants must submit an application form and project submission. The application form can be downloaded from the link below. Submissions of a short project proposal (1 – 2 paragraphs), outlining the themes, characters and central premise of the project that will be worked on throughout the course, must be received prior to acceptance into the course. Further information about project proposals and pitches can be found here.