Target Audience: Working Professionals from the industry.

Duration of Training: 8-hour a day, total 3~5 Days.

Our short courses, taught by expert practitioners, will give you relevant practical skills and knowledge to help progress your career.

SCREENWRITING Marsterclass (3 Part Course)

Streamline your screenwriting process with this online course that focuses on concept, structure, story and character. By the end of the course, you will have developed your story idea using the traditional three-act structure and be ready to write your script.


This short course, delivered entirely online, will introduce you to the tools needed to rigorously assess other people’s screenplays, within the context of the current commercial film, TV and web series climate. Run over two Saturdays, it’s designed to strengthen your story analysis skills and help you develop the tools needed to be a professional script assessor for production companies, funding agencies, broadcasters and distributors.

Script assessments are expected to be completed on a short deadline and this course will teach you a quick and effective way to break down a script, in order to give critical and constructive feedback. In addition to the two-days of online, interactive sessions delivered via Zoom, students will be given the opportunity to test their script assessment skills by assessing two scripts after the course and receiving feedback on their work.

The course includes a refresher on story structure and genre conventions.

PRODUCING Masterclass

“What does a Producer do?” An introductory course for a good insight into the role – and how much it varies across different types of content. You will become familiar with the workflows of a producer in both TV, film and creative agencies, and learn the most effective and efficient ways to produce a project. You’ll get real world advice, case studies and information and hear from guest speakers from different areas of the industry.


During the production of a film, TV, or web series, the Production Designer is a key creative role that involves collaborating with other department heads to create the overall visual style of the film. This course familiarises students with introductory knowledge of Production Design.


This course covers the reason why we should submit to Film Festivals today, Audience Building, Distribution for Your Film, Career Building and Networking, Also students will learn the Hidden Benefits of Film Festivals, The Screening Process and How to Leverage a Film Festival Screening to Help Sell Your Film