Writing “real” dialogue not only keeps a script from sounding artificial, but it has the added benefits of showing the characters’ quirks and creating room for conflict through the misunderstandings that often occur when we’re not really listening attentively to each other. Likewise, writing from a place of vulnerability is key to developing dynamic and interesting characters.
The contents of the workshop will be broken up over two, 1.5-hour online sessions via Zoom.
Date: June 7th, 3 PM to 4:30 PM and June 14th, 3 PM to 4:30 PM.
Free for Saskatchewan Filmpool members, $20 for non-members.
Register Here: https://form.jotform.com/Filmpool/writing-workshop
Kaylee Gryba earned a Bachelor of Arts Honours Degree with a Concentration in Creative Writing from the University of Regina. After finishing school, Kaylee worked as an advertising copywriter for Phoenix Group and Rawlco Radio. She published her first book, ”Single and Catless” in January of 2020.
The Saskatchewan Filmpool is proud to be supported by Canada Council for the Arts, SK Arts, SaskCulture, and Saskatchewan Lotteries.