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Seminar in english » Robert McKee's Seminar
Story, Masterclass de 4 jours animé par Robert McKee
Robert McKee's Seminar
Version française
Paris - Champs Elysées
November 26th - November 29th, 2014 (4 days)



In english, with a simultaneous translation in french

Ideal for Screenwriters, TV Writers, Novelists, Playwrights, Filmmakers, Directors, Producers, Documentary Makers, Actors and more!

We invite you to join us for four stimulating and information-packed days with Robert McKee as he reveals the essential elements of story design that help separate great stories from the rest of the pack. Using examples from over 100 films, in addition to television shows and novels, Robert McKee demonstrates why structure and story design are about form and principles, not formulas and rules.

Each 4-day Story event runs Wenesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday , beginning at 9:30am and closing at 7:00pm each day.

Two-time Academy Award-winning screenwriter William Goldman wrote, in his most recent book, "It's four full days over a single weekend, and no one feels cheated when he's done. I wish he had been around when I started writing CUT TO for a living."

Bestselling novelist Steve Pressfield simply said, "McKee is not only the best teacher of writing I've ever had, but the best teacher of anything."


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STORY SEMINAR
AGENDA FILM LISTPLACE


November 26th : 8:00 AM- 9:00 AM

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November 26th : 9:00 AM- 7:00 PM
  • The writer and the art of story
  • The decline of story in contemporary film
  • Story design: the meaning of story, the substance of story, the limitations and inspirations of story structure & genre, the debate between character vs story design
  • Premise Idea, Counter Idea, Controlling Idea
  • Story Structure: beat, scene, sequence, act, story
  • Mapping the Story universe: Archplot, Miniplot, Antiplot
  • Shaping the source of story energy and creation


November 27th : 9:00 AM- 7:00 PM
  • Putting the elements of story together
  • The principles of character dimension and design
  • The composition of scenes
  • Titles
  • Irony; Melodrama
  • False endings
  • The text: description, dialogue, and poetics
  • The spectrum of story genres


November 28th : 9:00 AM- 7:00 PM
  • Act design: the great sweep and body of story
  • The first major story event (the inciting incident)
  • Scene design in Story: turning points, emotional dynamics, setup/payoff, the nature of choice
  • Ordering and linking scenes
  • Exposition: dramatizing your characters, the story setting, creating back story
  • The principles of antagonism
  • Crisis, climax and resolution


November 29th : 9:00 AM- 7:00 PM
  • Story adaptations
  • Scene analysis: text and sub-text; design through dialogue versus design through action
  • The writer’s method: working from the inside out; the creative process from inspiration to final draft.
  • How it all works: the principles of the previous 3-1/2 days applied in a 6-hour, scene-by-scene screening and analysis of CASABLANCA
  • The spectrum of story genres





LIST OF FILMS THAT ROBERT MCKEE REFERS DURING THE STORY SEMINAR :

  • A Fish Called Wanda
  • After Hours
  • Alien
  • American Beauty
  • And Justice For All
  • Armadeus
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Bienvenue Chez Les Ch’tis
  • Bridesmaids
  • Brokeback Mountain
  • Carnal Knowledge
  • CASABLANCA
  • Chinatown
  • Coco Before Chanel
  • Death in Venice
  • Deer Hunter
  • Diabolique
  • Godfather I & II
  • Intouchables
  • Jaws
  • Kiss of Spider Woman
  • Kramer vs. Kramer
  • La Vie En Rose
  • Leaving Las Vegas
  • Life is Beautiful
  • Mrs. Soffiel
  • Ordinary People
  • Rocky
  • Star Wars I, II, V
  • Streetcar Named Desire
  • Tender Mercies
  • Terminator Witness
  • The Artist
  • The English Patient
  • The Reader


STORY SEMINAR
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10 juin - 13 juin 2014 Les Nouveaux diffuseurs Lieu : 3 rue la Bruyère Paris 9e
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