Writing Horror: A Screenwriting Class
July 27 @ 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm¥5000
Featuring key concepts, practical examples, and essential writing tips, this online screenwriting class is designed to enforce techniques for those interested in creating a horror screenplay. If you are a horror fan, or just someone who wants to write an original, challenging script, this class is certain to educate and entertain!
Topics covered include:
- Horror tropes and how to avoid them
- Jump scares VS. the slow burn
- Genre within horror
- Building memorable characters
- Horror rules and how they shape a screenplay
- Scripting a scary scene
- And more…
Homework will be assigned after the class to maximize techniques learned and help bring screenwriters closer to the perfect scare.
About Brad Freeman
Born in New Zealand and based in Tokyo, Bradley Freeman was responsible for writing and directing several short and feature length films, as well as working behind the scenes on the big budget 2007 Japanese film, Dororo.
The author of three novels, and with 12+ years of experience in Japan, Bradley’s classes are designed to introduce realistic, practical exercises to increase confidence and help screenwriters make progress on their work.