Sunday 23 October 2011 | QUT's Creative Industries and Inscription proudly present The Writer's Journey: Mythic Structure for Writers a one day public seminar with one of Hollywood's top story consultants. Here is your opportunity to learn more about the hero's journey and develop skills and screenplays through the knowledge and wisdom shared by the script development guru himself. Vogler shares the principles and techniques he's learned in his extensive experience of story-making in Hollywood, where he is sought after by major studios, directors and stars to add his mythic touch to their productions. Tickets: $150 | QUT Staff and Students $100 Tickets available at: https://qutpay.qut.edu.au > Creative Industries A US leader in script development, Christopher Vogler is also author of The Writer's Journey: Mythic Structure for Writers, which analyses the hero's journey, a pattern of narrative that's at the core of most successful novels and movies today. "It's the Bible for screenwriters. I think it's the best book on how to write a screenplay ever written. It helped me get through so many roadblocks as a writer". Darren Aronofsky (The Wrestler and Black Swan) The morning session of this seminar will explore the hero's journey pattern of narrative, while the afternoon will delve into the archetypes of character and other models for thinking about stories, including Vogler's new book Memo From the Story Department: Secrets of Structure and Character. Experience some of the alternate frameworks, templates, systems and ways of thinking that Vogler himself has found so useful. Who should attend? Producers | Writers | Directors | Commissioners | PR practitioners | Marketers | Publishers | Authors | Editors | Students | Education and care givers | Anyone who works with stories in the media | Anyone who needs access to powerful tools of the storyteller For further information please contact: Jo Kenny | 07 3337 7804 | email@example.com (alexdaw)
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