may, 2017

25may - 29junmay 257:30 pmjun 29Scriptwriting: Workshop w/ Jaclyn Chan *SkillsFuture Credit applicable(may 25) 7:30 pm - (june 29) 10:00 pm 155 Middle Road, 188977

Event Details

***This workshop is eligible for SkillsFuture Credit.***

A good story and script are the foundation of all successful films. Designed for the beginner screenwriter with little or no film or television experience, this workshop aims to build a solid foundation in screenwriting through a blend of lectures and writing exercises.

Taking the short film as a starting point, participants will learn about crafting their stories and ideas into screenplays with interesting characters and compelling plots. Participants will learn the fundamentals of the 3-act narrative structure, visual storytelling, and how to craft dialogue and characters for the screen. The learning experience is enhanced by online critique and discussion of writing exercises, in between class sessions. At the end of the workshop, each participant will have a completed first draft for a short film (up to 10 pages).

VENUE: Objectifs
(Eligible for SkillsFuture Credit)
DATE: 25 May – 29 June 2017
TIME: 6 sessions (15h)


Jaclyn Chan is a former banker who quit her job to pursue scriptwriting. She has written for a variety of television shows and feature films, in genres spanning comedies, dramas, animation and documentaries. Her work has been nominated at the Asian Television Awards, the International Emmys and has been awarded Gold at the New York Festivals. She is currently adapting My Two Mothers, a short story by Suchen Christine Lim, for the big screen.

Jaclyn is an adjunct lecturer at LASALLE College of the Arts and Treasurer of the Screenwriters Association (Singapore). She obtained her graduate degree in screenwriting from the University of Southern California.

Ticket Price: S$360


May 25 (Thursday) 7:30 pm - June 29 (Thursday) 10:00 pm



155 Middle Road, 188977

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