James Bonnet's Storymaking
This extraordinary journey inside the process of storymaking reveals the mysteries that made fairy tales and all the great classics so powerful and enduring - the secrets that made the top grossing films so successful - and the principles that can guide you to a profound understanding of story and the creative process and a true mastery of the storymaker's art.
In this DVD you will learn the fundamentals that drive all great stories - including The Creative Unconscious, The Essence of Story, The Power of the Threat, The Character Archetypes, The Subject, The Golden Paradigm, The Storywheel and much, much more.
Additional Bonus Feature: The High Concept Pitch
The high concept is the heart of a great pitch and with these new tools in hand, you will know how to create intriguing story ideas that will attract attention and sell.
- Date available: 01/01/2010
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Meet the Author: James Bonnet
James Bonnet is an internationally known writer and story consultant. Elected twice to the Board of Directors of the Writers Guild of America, he has written or acted in more than forty television shows and features. He created the role of James Roosevelt in the Tony Award winning hit Broadway show, Sunrise at Campobello, and received his first professional writing job at 23. Recently he was honored with a Writer’s Guild of America award for his writing contribution to the hit television series, Barney Miller. His book has been taught in university courses around the world and is having a major impact on writers in all media.