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Course Duration : 3 months

What does a writer do ?
The Writer is the person who creates, takes or adapts an idea and formulates a screenplay.
Without the writer, there would be no movie. Period. He or she is the starting gate. He or she is the person that
starts the ball rolling down the hill. Sure, some films are madebackwards. There are studios who come up with ideas
and package actors, then go find a writer, but the film being made still hinges on that writer or group of writers
putting together a screenplay.

So, what do you learn here ?
Getting Started
The Story
The Three Act Structure and Plot Points
Character.
Theme/Genre
Actions and Descriptions
Formatting
Dialogue
Synopsis and Treatment
The Scene Outline
The First Draft
Polishing

This Course will help participants to –
Write Better
Think Creatively
Get Interesting Ideas.
Develop plot and character
Improve Communication and Expression

A movie, I think, is really only four or five moments between two people; the rest of it exists to give those moments their
impact and resonance. The script exists for that. Everything does.” – Robert Towne
When breaking down a film’s structure, generally speaking, “The Eight Sequences” framework is the standard: two in Act One,
four in Act Two, and two in Act Three.
But the number 8 is only part of the equation. If the sequences are what shape a screenplay’s three-act structure, then
the five major plot points are the building blocks behind sequence construction: Inciting Incident, Lock In, Midpoint,
Main Culmination, and Third Act Twist.
Each analysis of selected features breaks the film down to the essential 5 major plot points, time code of when each
plot point occurs included.

A movie, I think, is really only four or five moments between two people; the rest of it exists to give those moments their 
impact and resonance. The script exists for that. Everything does.” – Robert Towne
When breaking down a film’s structure, generally speaking, “The Eight Sequences” framework is the standard: two in Act One, 
four in Act Two, and two in Act Three.
But the number 8 is only part of the equation. If the sequences are what shape a screenplay’s three-act structure, then 
the five major plot points are the building blocks behind sequence construction: Inciting Incident, Lock In, Midpoint, 
Main Culmination, and Third Act Twist.
Each analysis of selected features breaks the film down to the essential 5 major plot points, time code of when each 
plot point occurs included.

Though not exclusively an acting institute, CRAFT has been able to secure a position among India’s top 10 acting schools. The institute is a non-profit organization registered as a charitable trust. They offer a 6-month diploma in acting and modeling for which there are only 10 seats in total. One can also enroll for course on Radio Jockey, Film Direction or Cinematography.

 The institute today offers a 4-month Acting courses under which everything from improvisation to yoga and from action to dance is taught. Lectures from renowned actors helps in the overall development of the student.

The institute offers a one-year diploma course in acting and also offers one-month certificate course. The acting courses academy actively organizes weekly workshops and children’s courses not only in Mumbai, where it is based, but across major cities in the country. It also has a fully-fledged branch operational in UK as well.

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