Who here has seen a movie and thought to themselves “this movie feels like it’s a thousand hours long”? Or “oh no, they’re really going to repeat that again”? Or how about “where is this even going”? Chances are, all those feelings point to a problem with the film’s structure.
Just like your bones keep you sturdy and solid, a film’s structure holds the story together and keeps it moving forward. And understanding structure is a key skill every screenwriter should have in their arsenal.
This 90 Minute Webinar Will Cover:
Following the lecture, you will have the opportunity to send Nat a 1-2 pager on your project and schedule a time for your 10-min. call that will take place on Sunday 2/17 between 2pm - 4pm PST! Nat will discuss your synopsis and help you identify any areas of structural concern.
Nat Topping is originally from the Metro Detroit area. He later lived, worked, and performed sketch comedy in Chicago prior to moving to Los Angeles to pursue a MFA from Chapman University’s Dodge College of Film and Media Arts. He began working at Amasia Entertainment as an intern during his graduate school years and has since worked his way up to Story Editor.
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