Scripted and Unscripted Series Development for Domestic and Global Streaming Services

Description: Lecture, three hours. Designed to enhance students' understanding of processes involved in domestic and international fiction and nonfiction development of properties for streaming services. Students are acquainted with common business and creative practices, while expanding their critical and practical understanding of quickly evolving and transforming global streaming landscape. Examination of creative development processes and strategies for scripted and unscripted series for streaming services in U.S., and similarities and differences in business as well as creative approaches in major international territories. Examination of latest trends in fiction and nonfiction development, including strategies to work with international coproduction partners and developing projects using pre-viz and virtual production techniques. Covers streaming markets in North American, Europe, Asia, and Central and South America. P/NP or letter grading.

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