ANDA ingin memasarkan hasil karya kreatif anda tetapi tidak pasti jika ia memenuhi cita rasa pembaca hari ini?

Atau, anda ingin mengetahui teknik terbaik untuk 'menghidupkan' watak-watak yang anda jelmakan dalam karya anda?

Ataupun, anda ingin mengirimkan manuskrip kepada penerbit tetapi tidak pasti sama ada ia mampu menawan hati dan perhatiannya?

Jika ini merupakan antara persoalan yang anda hadapi sebagai penulis, mengapa tidak sertai tiga bengkel penulisan kreatif yang dianjurkan secara eksklusif oleh Berita Harian?

Bengkel ini yang merupakan sebahagian daripada program Mencari Kristal, menampilkan penulis generasi baru dari luar negara: penulis skrip dari Indonesia, Cik Henovia Rosalinda Caniago, penulis biografi Indonesia, Cik Alberthiene Endah Kusumawardhani, dan penerbit Malaysia, Encik Amir Muhammad.

Bayaran $55 dikenakan bagi setiap bengkel, namun promosi istimewa ditawarkan bagi pakej tiga hari merangkumi tiga bengkel ditawarkan dengan harga $88.

Butiran lanjut tentang bengkel dan pendaftaran disediakan di bawah.

JADUAL BENGKEL

 Bengkel 1 

 13 Ogos 2016
 (Sabtu)
 0900 - 1700

 

 Tempat:
 Kelab Media, Berita Harian

Tema:

 1. Mencorak Idea

 2. Proses Penceritaan

 3. Penghasilan Karya

 Pembimbing: Hassan Hasaa'Ree Ali

Bengkel 2

27 Ogos 2016
(Sabtu)

0900 - 1700

Tempat: 
Kelab Media, Berita Harian

Tema:

 1. Menilai karya

 2. Ketertiban dalam berkarya

 3. Mengelak kesilapan berulang 

 Pembimbing: Mohd Raman Daud 

Bengkel 3

3 Sep 2016
(Sabtu)

0900 - 1700

Tempat: 
Bilik Latihan SPH 
T8.2 & T8.3 

  Tema:

  1. Membentuk karya 'thriller cinta'

  2. Membangun watak dan jalan cerita

  3. Menghidupkan karya; dari naskah ke filem

  Pembimbing: Henovia Rosalinda

Bengkel 4

10 Sep 2016
(Sabtu)

0900 - 1700

Tempat: 
Bilik Latihan SPH 
T8.2 & T8.3

Tema:

 1. Resipi utama karya 'thriller'

 2. Menyampai maksud dalam cerita

 3. Antara kreativiti dan kebenaran dalam karya

 Penceramah: Alberthiene Endah 

Bengkel 5

17 Sep 2016
(Sabtu)

0900 - 1700

Tempat: 
Bilik Latihan SPH 
T8.2 & T8.3

Tema:

 1. Apa yang penerbit mahu?

 2. Cara menarik perhatian penerbit

 3. Pemasaran Karya  

 Penceramah: Amir Muhammad 
(Owner: Buku Fixi Publications)

Bengkel 6

24 Sep 2016
(Sabtu)

0900 - 1700

Tempat: 
SPH
Kelab Media, Berita Harian

 Tema:

 1. Resipi karya baik

 2. Fahami kehendak penerbit/khalayak 

 3. Menjual karya

 Penceramah: Faisal Tehrani

 

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Hassan Hasaa'ree Ali

Theme: What makes  thriller stories fascinating

Hassan writes strikingly original science fiction stories in Malay. He was awarded first prize for the Golden Point Award Malay Short Story category with ‘Homeostasis,’ a thoughtful piece that tackles mankind's drive to pursue immortality through medical advancement.

He also won first prize for the Sayembara Nokhta Putih with his Sci Fi short story ‘Souvenir Dari Angkasa Lepas.’

When Hassan’s not writing fiction, he works as a nurse at a leading local hospital.

Mohd Raman Daud

Theme: Shaping ideas, crafting an art

Mohd Raman Daud or better known as Raman Daud, adopts the pen name Armand in some of his books.

He is prolific in producing television drama scripts, stage drama script, literary essays, short stories and poems. Raman is considered to be one of the main “activists” for Asas 50.

In the literary scene, he actively encourages written works on Malay language, literature and culture. He will be conducting the manuscript clinic.

 

Henovia Rosalinda Caniago

Theme: From print to screen. Making your stories comes alive.

Henovia Rosalinda is a law graduate who accidentally ventured into scriptwriting after her celebrity sister asked her to help complete several scripts in one of her TV productions.

Within a short span of 7 years, she has written a total of at least 2000 episodes of TV serials and soap operas, close to 100 Film TVs, several films and documentaries.

Among her famous drama includes Cinta Fitri and Anak Menteng.

Alberthiene Endah Kusumawardhani Sutoyo

Theme: What makes a winning story

Better known as Alberthiene Endah, she is an Indonesian biographer, novelist, and journalist.

She is known for her in-depth biographies of Indonesian celebrities, such as Chrisye and Krisdayanti. She has been called "the most sought after biographer in Indonesia”.

Her first novel, Don't Give Me Drugs (Indonesian: Jangan Beri Aku Narkoba), received an award from the Indonesian National Narcotics Agency for her "effort in combating drugs" and first place at the 2005 Adikarya Awards. In 2005, Don't Give Me Drugs was adapted into the film The Last Second (Indonesian: Detik Terakhir)

Amir Muhammad

Theme: How to market your creative work

Amir is a Malaysian writer, publisher and occasional movie-maker. He has contributed to the Malaysian print media since the age of 14 and has had several columns.

His books as writer include the non-fiction 120 Malay Movies (2010) and a micro-fiction collection Rojak (2009), neither of which sold as well as a jokey compilation he did in 2007 called Malaysian Politicians Say the Darndest Things: Vol 1. He has made several movies (mainly documentaries) that have shown in international film festivals such as Sundance and Berlin. Two of the documentaries were banned in Malaysia.

He runs two publishing companies, Buku Fixi (for urban pulp fiction in Malay and English) and Matahari Books (mainly for creative non-fiction). Two of the Fixi novels published in 2011 were turned into movies in 2013.

Mohd Faizal Musa

Theme: What makes a thriller?

Better known as Faisal Tehrani, he is one of the authors Malaysia. Because the writing and ideas is often asked, he was known to be controversial.

He is also an author of many books and literary works. National Laureate Datuk Anwar Ridwan, said Faizal up with "consciousness of literature high and full of vision."