Week 14 (24/5): The End

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Sally Adams explains in her book that a feature should offer a satisfying conclusion. She says features often end with statements or quotes; less commonly with anecdotes and descriptions; rarely with questions. My advice: avoid the question ending at all costs – it should be left to experienced writers!

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Week 12 (12/5): Writing and presenting for video + TV and cinema greats

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BY NICK BENNETT

Write and presenting for video and cinema and TV greats

Key learning and task, part 3:

  • Let’s look back at what we’ve done so far
  • Present to camera and connect with your viewer
  • Keyword or fully structure a script
  • Develop techniques for reading scripted material and communicating effectively on camera
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