Making stories with maximum emotional impact
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Stories don't always give up their secrets easily.
Sometimes a film (or novel) can really move us - but we can't see quite how.
Elements can be hidden at almost unconscious levels, poised to take effect later, contributing to unforgettable endings with maximum emotional impact.
The workshop uncovers these methods and unpacks the ways that stories use them to create a variety of powerful emotional effects.
It will stimulate your writing by giving you a range of new tools, strategies and approaches.
Fully illustrated with entertaining clips, and including exercises and reading material, the workshop will help you to better understand:
Drawing on cutting-edge techniques from recent TV series as well as forgotten methods from classic films and prose fiction, it will:
The workshop includes a short story to be read before the day, and much supporting material to refer to afterwards.
STANDARD PRICE: £95
CONCESSIONARY AND EARLY BIRD RATE: £85
DISCOUNTED RATE FOR BECTU MEMBERS: £75
Concessions available to members of WGGB, WFTV, Society of Authors and Directors UK
New Prospect House
8 Leake Street
London SE1 7NN
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DATE AND TIME
Thursday March 9
Registration - 10.00am
Workshop - 10.15am - 5.30pm
ABOUT THE TUTOR
Ian Long is Euroscript's Head of Consultancy, and teaches a range of workshops including Writing Horror, Writing Neo Noir and Creating Fear in Films.
He is currently completing STARGAZER, a dark psychological thriller feature script for Deal Productions, based in Luxembourg.
He is also developing a World Building workshop for writers of screenplays and prose fiction, and for game designers.
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