Assignment Brief – Developing A Narrative – Script Pitch

The task we were set for this module involved developing and writing a short drama script, lasting between two and three minutes in length.

The Script is to be based on one of the two ideas below, These are to be used as rough draft examples just to get us started. :

1. There is a hammering on a door, It opens to reveal a dishevelled breathless person, Why? How did they get this way…..

2. There is a hammering on a door, Why? Dare the door be opened? If so what is revealed….

Idea one : Close your eyes, clear your mind, Trust me he says to me. I can see the sun, I can smell the grass, I can feel him there right behind me. The door knocks and Lisa opens her eyes but shes no longer in her bedroom and shes no longer alone. The knock on the door gets louder and more impatient.

Idea Two:The door knocks and It makes you jump, Your thinking as you look at your watch who could it be knocking at this time. Your not expecting anyone. After peeking through the curtains out the window she can see a dark hooden figure. She goes to open the door to see what they want.   This was Jessica’s big mistake. After opening the door, the dark hooden figure steps towards her to reveal a familiar face but a stranger to her eyes.Covered in somebodies elses blood.  Who is he? And why is he knocking at jessica’s door.

Idea Three :Laura, Jess, Katie, Hayley are all after the same guy. The only way to figure who get the guy consists of a cheeky game of blind date. Behind each door is one of the girls all Tom has to do is pick anydoor, could be the right door? As Tom goes to open the door , he hears a knocking coming from the door behind. Getting louder and louder, Faster and Faster. Which door will tom choose and what will he find or whom shall he find.

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About allyprentice2810

I am a young media proffesional, experimenting with different mediums of media to find my niche. Studying Media Production at Coventry University.
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