UNDERSTANDING SCREEN ADAPTATIONS
Adaptation to screen is adapting of a literary source like a novel, short story, a stage play or even a poem to a film. Though the source material may be rich in content in terms of plot, characters and scope for interpretation, it is an art to convert the existing written material into a cinematic form. It is also considered to be a low risk proposition from an investor point of view as it may have a pre-existing fan following and therefore greater audience appeal as a film.
The workshop is conducted over 2 Sundays comprising of 2 sessions each. The participants will learn to identify the core emotion of a written work as well as a film. They will be exposed to the basics of cinematic writing and through exercises be able to gain insights into the world of adaptation.
- Personal attention by faculty
- Live online lectures
- Interactive discussion
- Practice material & exercises
At the end of the workshop the participants will have created a ground or foundation for something they might want to adapt into a film.
31st January & 7th February 2021
Morning : 11 am – 1 pm
Evening : 3 pm – 5 pm
Vaidehi Sancheti is an Engineer by education but a writer by choice. Her love and dedication for cinema makes her a passionate teacher who has been guiding new age writer since many years. Apart from being an alumni of the prestigious FTII Pune, she is a visiting faculty in the screenplay writing department in FTII and has been actively involved in training and inspiring writers through her workshops and course since many years.