(Un/Be) Spoken Word – writing for broadcast workshops

writing for broadcast workshop group 4

Spoken Word workshops took place at Plymouth College, over the course of two days. (to find out more about the workshops, or The Poetry Point, please leave a comment and we’ll get in touch).

After warming up with some simple creative writing exercises, we looked at how sound (specifically non-musical sound) is used, and often reconstructed from scratch – especially in the case of film making.  We discussed basic Foley Techniques, and watched some of the documentary clips made during the post-production period of King Kong, 2005 directed by Peter Jackson.

here are some examples of the ‘writing for broadcast’ recordings – which were the culmination of each workshop session (these particular ones were on the general theme of ‘homework’) :

Kieran Kevin Libby

download the pdf version here

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3 responses to “(Un/Be) Spoken Word – writing for broadcast workshops

  1. Pingback: T.P.P. writing courses and workshops « The Poetry Point·

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  3. Many thanks for using some time in order to write “(Un/Be) Spoken
    Word – writing for broadcast workshops | The Poetry Point”.
    Thank you once more -Jose

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