Thursday, April 6, 2017

SPECIAL RATES AVAILABLE FOR NYCPLAYWRIGHTS: Robert McKee TV and 3-day STORY Seminars



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For over 30 years, successful novelists, playwrights, screenwriters, producers and directors have come to Robert McKee’s seminars to understand how to apply classic story design and elevate their writing. The media may change, but audiences will always want great character and storytelling.

Now is your chance to learn from world-renowned story authority and author, Robert McKee. Be there as McKee delivers a true discourse on story form and all dimensions of writing.

McKee says we are in the midst of some of the most demanding, complex storytelling in history, watching human creativity at a density and scale we’ve not seen before. The TV drama series is fast becoming the premier medium. With characters complex and compelling enough to sustain 100 hours of story, TV recognizes the importance of writers and gives them creative power. Be there as McKee breaks down the complex multi-plot and character design of BREAKING BAD, one of the greatest TV series in history.

Attend a spring 1-day TV SERIES DAY or 3-day STORY Seminar in New York (April 20-23).

Enter the code NYCP15 when you register to receive a special 15% discount.

Find out more by visiting http://mckeestory.com.
Student and Professional Union Member discounts are also available.
Contact Shannon@storylogue.com for more details.

McKee alumni have earned over 60 Academy Awards, 200 Emmy Awards, 100 WGA (Writers Guild of America) Awards, and 50 DGA(Directors Guild of America) Awards. At Pixar, McKee’s teachings are “The Law of the Land.”

McKee’s much-anticipated book DIALOGUE THE ART OF VERBAL ACTION FOR PAGE, STAGE, AND SCREEN is out! Get your copy today

"McKee teaches what is not yet taught. He shines his unwavering analytical light on the structure and invisible substructure of dialogue. He takes a craft that is often considered instinctual or magical and reveals its chemical secrets."
― Terry Johnson, writer/director, winner of the Olivier Award, Critics' Circle Theater Award, WGA, and BAFTA