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Screenwriting Robert McKee's "StoryLogue": A New Resource for Writers 2019-03-09

Who is McKee?
Robert McKee is the preeminent teacher of screenwriting and story structure in the world. His four-day intensive seminars have played to packed auditoriums around the planet for twenty-five years. His book Story is gospel for thousands of writers, directors and producers. Did you see the movie Adaptation? Charlie Kaufman half-spoofed/half-lionized McKee by name and Brian Cox (who played McKee in the film) nailed his style and manner spectacularly. Myself, I’ve stolen concepts from Bob over and over and they’ve always worked. And he’s a pretty good golfer too.

So what is StoryLogue?

StoryLogue is a serious, full-participation, web-based Writers’ Program that McKeeClick here––for the full monty on features, interviews, details, sign-up info.

StoryLogue is not free. It’s not for everybody. Its aim is to be an ongoing interactive seminar, a sort of “story university” for writers who want to take their craft to the next level. StoryLogue aims to tackle every aspect of writing–character, dialogue, structure, subtext, genre, you name it–and to provide its members with personal access to McKee, just like you’d get if you were attending a weekend intensive in person.
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