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Video Production: Scriptwriting for Nonfiction Video

Amy DeLouise

About this course

Content creators are producing more reality-based videos than ever before. Nonfiction video can promote advocacy, fundraising, training, and even "edutainment." But producing any video without a solid script is a challenge. Even corporate or documentary films. By learning an effective script writing and script-to-screen process, producers can lower their overhead costs and improve storytelling impact and audience engagement.



In this course, you'll learn how to write nonfiction scripts that work with a variety of budgets. Taught by Amy DeLouise, a passionate educator who has scripted hundreds of award-winning videos, it's packed with tools and tips for every level of writer and producer. Her script-to-screen workflow will help you develop your story goals and structure, create a narrative arc, work with sound bites, find the right tools to write your script, and pitch your script to clients and stakeholders.


Topics include:

  • The benefits of scripting
  • Defining your story goals
  • Building a story structure, including point of view, characters, and style
  • Creating a compelling narrative arc
  • Creating a treatment
  • Building shooting vs. editing scripts
  • Writing before interviewing
  • Working with script writing software
  • Creating a script template
  • Using storyboards for script pitches

Curriculum

About this course

Content creators are producing more reality-based videos than ever before. Nonfiction video can promote advocacy, fundraising, training, and even "edutainment." But producing any video without a solid script is a challenge. Even corporate or documentary films. By learning an effective script writing and script-to-screen process, producers can lower their overhead costs and improve storytelling impact and audience engagement.



In this course, you'll learn how to write nonfiction scripts that work with a variety of budgets. Taught by Amy DeLouise, a passionate educator who has scripted hundreds of award-winning videos, it's packed with tools and tips for every level of writer and producer. Her script-to-screen workflow will help you develop your story goals and structure, create a narrative arc, work with sound bites, find the right tools to write your script, and pitch your script to clients and stakeholders.


Topics include:

  • The benefits of scripting
  • Defining your story goals
  • Building a story structure, including point of view, characters, and style
  • Creating a compelling narrative arc
  • Creating a treatment
  • Building shooting vs. editing scripts
  • Writing before interviewing
  • Working with script writing software
  • Creating a script template
  • Using storyboards for script pitches

Curriculum