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London Haunts and Horrors Message Board › Screenwriting and Genre: Horror

Screenwriting and Genre: Horror

Callum S.
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Durham, NC
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Why is horror such a popular and enduring genre and why do we love to be frightened? This two-day, weekend course will examine the legacy of this popular genre and how to maximize its story conventions in your own screenwriting.

Whether you’re influenced by films like Halloween, Poltergiest, The Wicker Man or Let The Right One In, you will learn how to utilise characterisation, dramatic structure and tone to improve and focus your creativity and ideas.


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