Writing an Unreliable Narrator
ABOUT THE TUTORIAL:
How do you know you can trust the way a story is being told? A solid tool in a screenwriter's toolbox to engage readers and develop compelling stories is to use an unreliable narrator. But what exactly is an unreliable narrator?
An unreliable narrator is a character whose credibility is seriously in doubt, forcing the audience to question the narrator's side of the story. Using an unreliable narrator is a solid way to write compelling stories and allow audience to engage with a story on a deeper level.
In this 40-minute tutorial, you will learn:
- How to develop a compelling narrator
- How to use an unreliable narrator to develop a story for your screenplay
- The history and development of unreliable narrators
- Analyses of prominent screenplays with unreliable narrators
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Meet the Author: Heather Hale
Heather Hale is a film and television writer, director and producer, as well as a script consultant and popular international speaker. Her credits include writing, directing and producing Snitch, a feature thriller that starred Edward Furlong (Terminator 2), Ed Asner (Up, Lou Grant) and Meat Loaf Aday (Fight Club, Rocky Horror Picture Show); writing The Courage to Love, the $5.5 million dollar 2000 Lifetime Original Movie that starred Vanessa Williams, Diahann Carroll, Gil Bellows and Stacy Keach, two PBS series that both won Emmys and two series for Faith for Today TV that both won Tellys...