WGSA presents Yolanda Keabetswe Mogatusi:  How to turn your idea into a story:
Brainstorming techniques and building the MTP outline!

  • How do you go from idea to full on story?
  • How do you even build on an idea in the first place?

This workshop will take you through the process of crafting a story and developing that keen eye to see story all around you. Prepare for a day with lots of brainstorming and idea generating!

Yolanda Keabetswe Mogatusi is a witty South African writer, filmmaker and actress who is passionate about putting Africa on the global map. Her TV credits include the Afrikaans Sabc sitcom, Askies, which she co-created and wrote a number of scripts on while providing some creative direction as the show’s creator as well as the teen lifestyle program for Sabc 3, Meet Joe Food, which is a Hybrid teen lifestyle magazine show that she also created and directed. She has written a number of bubblegum films for Mzansi Magic and is currently working on a couple of feature films, Hair That Moves – the movie and Thula Thula which is supported by the KZN Film Commission.
Yolanda is an ex-storyliner and a Talent Campus and Focus Features’ Africa First Alumni, who loves telling stories, whether it’s behind the camera or in front of it or even with just the use of words. 

DATE:    1 October 2016
VENUE:  Eyethu Lifestyle Centre
​               00651 Tshabalala St, Soweto, 1801
Google map: please click at the bottom of the page for a link 

TIME:      9h00 to 16h00


Cover charges:
WGSA Student members – R50
WGSA Members – R200
To attend this session, please pay your cover fees to this account:  WGSA Current Account
Standard Bank, Northcliff
Branch No: 006305
Acc No: 300082444
Acc type:  Current
Please use your
name and surname as reference

Your booking will be confirmed on receipt of your proof or payment – to be send to admin@writersguildsa.org

BOOKINGS WILL CLOSE ON 28 September 2016 AT 12H00
We require a minimum of 15 attendees to go forward with this session

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