TV and digital drama as well as feature films are increasingly using nonlinear, ensemble and flashback storytelling. Let Linda pull back the curtain to reveal the tools that makes these formats work so darn well.
Many writers, both TV veterans and newcomers, want to create TV drama one-offs and series in these complicated and exciting forms. Unfortunately, not only is parallel narrative notoriously difficult to create, but all TV series writing, whether linear or nonlinear, involves a minefield of creative restrictions that come as a shock to the newcomer and persistently challenge even the veteran.
Linda Aronson, the guru of nonlinear and ensemble film writing, spent years writing and creating TV drama of all kinds. At this year’s LSF she combines her practical TV experience with her expertise in nonlinear narrative to explain how you can apply her templates for nonlinear and fractured screenplays and create nonlinear drama for TV.
In preparation for this session, we also recommend buying and reading Linda’s cracking book, ‘21st Century Screenwriter’. Get it HERE.
Screenwriting Practical help
How do actors and a director approach your screenplay? What happens when your words are reinterpreted through other artists? Join us for a sensational live onstage performance and deconstruction of one LSF delegate’s script.
Following his packed to capacity sessions in 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016 Chris Jones is back to run this highly successful and super controversial manifesting success workshop.
Great American Pitchfest Guru Bob Schultz will start every day with a short 30 minute PitchFest bootcamp to get you ready for your pitch!
Live and dynamic script redraft, edit, slash and burn… Only for the bravest of writers!