Dramatica Unplugged Story Structure Course - 12 Hour Video Program

Dramatica Unplugged Story Structure Course - 12 Hour Video Program

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12 Hours of video on all aspects of story structure and storytelling from the co-creator of Dramatica

Get the entire twelve hour program "Dramatica Unplugged - A 12 Hour Writing Course" in streaming video and/or download for just $19.95!

All 113 individual classes in this program can be viewed online in streaming video as often as you like from any device.  Plus you can download the entire course in mp4 video and also download the entire soundtrack in mp3 audio to listen while you work.  Learn about all the following aspects of story structure covering all the following master topics, each part containing multiple individual classes.

PE03328A.gif (2743 bytes) Overview  
97 minutes

Introduction to the Story Mind, Story Structure vs. Storytelling, The Grand Argument Story.  The Four Essential Throughlines.  The Psychology of Story.  How to Psychoanalyze your story.

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72 minutes

The difference betwen Objective and Subjective Characters, Why "Hero" is a four-letter word, Why a "Main Character" is not the same as a "Protagonist," how to create the 8 essential archetypal characters.

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105 minutes

How to build complex characters, building four-dimensional characters.  Character relationships.

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67 minutes

The 8 Essential Questions every author should be able to answer about his or her story: Main Character Resolve: Change or Steadfast?, Main Character Growth: Start or Stop?, Main Character Approach: Do-er or Be-er?, Main Character Technique: Linear or Intuitive?

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82 minutes

Story Driver: Action or Decision?, Story Limit: Timelock or Optionlock?, Story Outcome: Success or Failure?, Story Judgment: Good or Bad?

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101 minutes

Theme as Perspective, Thematic Topics, Thematic Arguments, Classifying Problems, Finding your theme in the Dramatica Structural Model.

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85 minutes

The Premise, Thematic Conflict, Thematic Conclusion, building your thematic argument with 28 Thematic Moments.

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110 minutes

Turning your structure into real people, places, and events, Illustrating Story Points, How to illustrate more than one story point with a single event, Finding the structure in work you have already written, How to use and illustrate Story Domains, Story Concerns, Story Issues, Story Problems.

PE03257A.gif (4096 bytes) Plot - Part 1
98 minutes

Plot vs. Storyweaving, How Plot affects Character, Theme, and Genre, Satic Plot Points, Goals, Consequences, Requirements, Forewarnings.

arrowsgn.wmf (1878 bytes) Plot - Part 2
70 minutes

Progressive Plot Points, 3 Act Structure, 4 Act Structure, 5 Act Structure, 7 Act Structure, How to KNOW what happens in Act 2, How to create 28 Plot-Driven scenes or chapters.

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Storyweaving
35 minutes

How to create an Exposition Plan for your story, How to make your story interesting with Storyweaving techniques such as: Changing Scope, Changing Importance, Red Herrings, Non-Causality, Reversals, Continuity Breaks, Shifting Context, Flashbacks and Flashforwards.

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Genre  
102 minutes

The many faces of Genre, Why every story has a unique Genre, How to create a Genre chart, How to chart and control your audience's emotional throughline, How to avoid breaking emotional continuity, How to create Mixed Emotions in your audience, How to interweave Comedy, Drama, Entertainment, and Information.

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Reception
68 minutes

How to go about the actual writing of your story, The Audience as Writing Partner, Communication or Collaboration?, Who is your Audience?, Audiences as Disposable Tribes, Cultural Considerations, Writing for or about Ethnic Groups, Demographics - Age Groups, Men and Women, Sub-cultures, Authors Intent and how to use it, How to create Propaganda.

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