Jeff Kitchen’s Class on Classic Structural Technique
Use the power of Dilemma, Crisis, Decision & Action, and Resolution to create gripping dramatic action and dynamically expand the power of your plot. Put your protagonist in a truly tough spot—a Dilemma of magnitude—two equally painful choices, then hyper-compress that at the point of Crisis. Decision & Action in the face of Crisis reveals the true character of the protagonist. The way in which the protagonist resolves the dilemma expresses the Theme of the piece.
- Go to the heart of your plot and create gripping dramatic action.
- Be able to consistently make any script work.
Part of the Screenwriting Expo DVD Series, this 2-hour masters course is an exceptional value. Don't miss this opportunity to learn from the finest faculty teaching screenwriting today.
- Manufacturer Creative Screenwriting
- Date available: 01/01/2010
- Publication date: 12/31/2004
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Meet the Author: Jeff Kitchen
Jeff Kitchen is a working writer and has taught screenwriting professionally for over twenty years. Jeff worked as a dramaturg in New York theater and taught advanced playwriting technique before bringing the craft of the dramatist to screenwriters. He is a sought-after script consultant and is considered one of the top scriptwriting teachers in the world. He’s the author of Writing a Great Movie: Key Tools for Successful Screenwriting.