Studio Lab The Ringling College Digital Filmmaking Studio Lab program connects aspiring film and production students to the best known filmmakers, screenwriters, producers, directors, and actors from around the world.
Collaborate with, listen to, and engage with the leading filmmakers in the industry who are coming to Ringling College to share their insights and meet emerging talent right here in Sarasota.
I could write about personal experiences, I could write fantasy, I could write historical drama. You will be asked to write quite a bit, and if you’re taking multiple creative writing classes in a semester, those expectations can add up quickly.
I had to finish forty pages of a play in one weekend because I’d been so busy with my other coursework I let it lag to the last minute.
Learning how to give constructive feedback as well is important.
Writing the initial draft is really only a small part of the process - the work in writing is in the editing process.
All Creative Writing majors at Ringling College have the opportunity to undergo a writing internship during the summer.
This internship feeds into the curriculum directly as students will follow it up with a Fall course, INT 301, during which they reflect on their experience for credit.
At first I dreaded editing - I wanted feedback, sure, but I didn’t want to read other people’s stuff, what if it didn’t interest me and I had to pretend it did?
I learned that there was things I could learn from writing I didn’t like, just as much as there were things I could learn from writing I did like.