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F2601 - Advanced Story Techniques with Linda Seger

Advanced Story Techniques with Linda Seger
Item No. F2601

Advanced Story Techniques with Linda Seger

Series: Advanced Screenwriting with Linda Seger
Item No: F2601
Length: 30 minutes
UPC: 70962911
Copyright: 2007
CC: Yes
MARC Record: Yes
Language: English
Grade Level: 9-Adult
Age Range: 15-Adult
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If you've learned the three act structure, you may be ready to try variations on the basics & simply create scripts that are more focused, with more momentum. What are other ways that the three-act structure can be used? How does a writer learn to juggle the difficult elements in non-traditional structures? This program discusses the three-act structure in scenes and scene sequences. It discusses how to use structure to give you stronger turning points (surprising reveals, twists, turns, scene transitions) and non-traditional structural forms that have created such great films as Pulp Fiction, Crash, Ordinary People, Before the Rain & Sleepless in Seattle.

You've learned the basics - the three-act structure, an understanding of theme, an ability to start creating dimensional characters. Now you want to go deeper, broader, and expand your tools for creating great scripts. In this three-part series, based on Dr. Seger's book, Advanced Screenwriting, script consultant and screenwriting teacher, Dr. Linda Seger, takes you to another step to further integrate your story and theme and characters. Dr. Linda Seger is an international script consultant, seminar leader and public speaker. She began her script consulting business in 1981 and has since consulted on over 2000 scripts. Her clients include TriStar Pictures, MGM/UA, Turner Network, ABC and CBS. She is the author of six books, including the best-selling "Making A Good Script Great" and "Creating Unforgettable Characters." She is the author of eight books on screenwriting and has taught and worked on six continents and in thirty countries around the world.

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