Let’s Make a Scene
October 14 @ 10:30 am - 12:30 pm
Scenes are the building blocks of screenplays. Like Legos, each one is strong and intact on its own — but its purpose is to be part of a larger structure. This is a seminar for anyone interested in the many ways screenwriting differs from prose. To get the most from our time together, read a few scripts online, jot some notes, and be ready to write a scene of your own. Please bring pen and paper: We’re going old school for a couple hours.
Join Straw Dog Writers Guild for Let’s Make a Scene craft workshop with Pamela Marin on Saturday, October 14, 10:30am – 12:30pm at Lilly Library. Free. No registration necessary.
Bio: Pamela Marin was a staff writer for the Orange County Register, and a columnist for the Los Angeles Times and The Tribeca Trib. Her reporting and essays have appeared in Playboy, Redbook, Parents and Ladies’ Home Journal. One essay caught the eye of a producer for The Oprah Winfrey Show; Pamela wrote and recorded a piece that was featured on the show in 2001. Her memoir, Motherland, was named one of the Chicago Tribune’s best books of 2005. Her adaptation of the book Tommy’s Honour opened the Edinburgh International Film Festival in 2016 and won the Scottish BAFTA for Best Feature Film.