Norbert Köbli launches a screenwriting course as part of the MOME OPEN classes

Date: 2022.03.04
Norbert Köbli, the screenwriter of movies such as ‘The Exam’, ‘Tall Tales’ and the ‘Blockade’ (in progress), is launching a course entitled ‘Write a screenplay!’ at Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design. In addition to full-time students of the university, anyone with an interest in screenwriting is welcome to join the course.

Norbert Köbli, the screenwriter of movies such as ‘The Exam’, ‘Tall Tales’ and the ‘Blockade’ (in progress), is launching a course entitled ‘Write a screenplay!’ at Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design. In addition to full-time students of the university, anyone with an interest in screenwriting is welcome to join the course. 

Norbert Köbli will hold a 10-week course as part of MOME OPEN, the extracurricular training courses of Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design Budapest. According to the course description, “You will learn, through playful activities, tailored to the project you bring, how to tell your story in a powerful way”.  

The ‘Write a screenplay!’ course is launching on 2 April 2022 in Hungarian language, and is open for registration until 21 March 2022. For the price and details of the course, see the course description

Cover photo: Norbert Köbli with Attila Szász at the premiere of Tall Tales

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