“Seeing is 90% of what it takes.
“To make a great film you need three things – the script, the script and the script.”

– Alfred Hitchcock

Screenplay writing is a process that, more than any other genre, melds technical know-how with creative interpretation. While several screenwriting tools exist, ultimately what will make the difference is understanding the medium to utilize it to make an edgy script.

Screenplay Writing Techniques at Anita’s Attic

From capturing the pitch – the essence of the story in your head waiting to be a Screenplay – to fleshing the characters and channeling the narrative, great screenplay writing comes from a deep observation of the life around us. Translating events, nuances, character-traits into composites that form your own characters onscreen reach the realisation. At Anita’s Attic, the first step is understanding the medium and its sensibilities. Once this is done, the rest falls in place naturally.

Writing Screenplays at Anita’s Attic

  • The program will be open to only 12 writers at a time
  • Twelve sessions of 5 hours each every Saturday, over twelve weeks

Watch  the trailer of Lessons in Forgetting

The National-award winning movie adaptation of Anita Nair’s novel for which she wrote the screenplay.

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