If after reading Jennine Lanouette‘s Save the Baby! On the Benefits of the Three-Act Screenplay Structure you really want to go really deep into the subject, A History of the Three-Act Structure in Screentakes is just your thing. Great stuff. But let me warn you: it does go deep…
Enric Folch attained a Degree in Journalism at The Universitat Autònoma in Barcelona, Spain. Achieved Overall Distinction in “Art and Technique of Filmmaking” at The London International Film School.
Enric has been a director of TV series and a writer and director of five fiction feature films made for television, like “El Mètode Grönholm” (“The Grönholm Method”, Director), based on the internationally acclaimed play; and the multi-awarded “Tempus Fugit” (Story, Co-Writer and Director), winner of a dozen prizes in international film and TV festivals. A remake of Tempus Fugit for theatrical release is being prepared in the UK.
He’s been a teacher at ESCAC, the renowned Barcelona’s film school, for many years.