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Writing for Multimedia

The Writing for Multimedia Program at Berkeley City College will prepare students to work as writers in the world of multimedia. The program will focus on digital storytelling, and provide key skills in creative, critical, and technical writing as they relate to linear and interactive multimedia design.  

Students will gain a strong foundation in the art of creative storytelling, screen writing, writing genres for funding, storyboard, writing web copy, multimedia analysis and philosophy. 

Student Work Samples

Interpretation of “Modern Times
Essay by Cynthia Powell
Two or Three Things On Goddard v. Capitalism
Essay by Jai J. Noire 
Miss Match
Script by Phil Sawyer
The Book
Script by Sally Hamaji
 Storyboard of “The Book”
Illustrated by Robert Blakely
 DV Production Stills of “The Book”
Photos by Cheryl
Production Crew: Sally Hamaji, Aaron Strickler, Andre Morton, Eva Mangoka, Don Erickson, Narcisse”Y”, David Asmaman, Chun Mui Miller, Senne Belete, Robert Blakely, Rusty, Patrick Gabriel


Writing for Multimedia Courses
Below are some of the classes currently offered.

Narrative Scriptwriting 1
Narrative Scriptwriting 2
Advanced Storyboarding
Writing for News & Documentary
Story Telling In Animation
Digital Culture
Media Interpretation & Criticism

Writing for the Business of Multimedia
From Movies to Multimedia
User-Centered Design
User-Centered Design Lab
Writing Basics for Multimedia
Media & Communication
Interactive Writing for Web and CD-ROM






  • Multimedia Arts

    Saturday 25 October 2014


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