We have conversations every day, words reveal not only emotions and intentions but information as well. While normal dialogue in real life has tons of filler, the dialogue in a script needs to be carefully crafted and cultivated. Producer Jason Mirch is here to offer an immersive lecture all about dialogue! Jason will emphasize the importance of writing "dialogue with a purpose" and will focus on proper techniques for creating meaningful dialogue using conflict and subtext to advance your plot and reveal character. This 90-Min. Webinar Will Cover:
- Common dialogue mistakes and how to avoid them
- How to use exposition as ammunition
- How to properly utilize subtext to disguise your characters' intentions
- Tips on creating unique voices for each of your characters
What our writers are saying about Jason:
"I have had the privilege of participating in two of Jason’s classes. His input week after week are some of the best notes I have received." - Deb Busby
"Jason provides a concise, no-nonsense approach to crafting your screenplay in a creative and supportive environment." - Mark Bedard
About Your Host:
is a producer and executive currently based in Dubai working on his next venture! In 2015, Mirch formed Destructo Productions which is actively developing a number of projects including a feature film based on the New York Times best-selling memoir, Odd Man Out.
Prior to forming Destructo, Mirch was the head of feature and television development and production at Image Nation, a finance and production company based in Abu Dhabi, UAE. There, Mirch was directly involved in developing Image Nation’s 5-year strategic plan with the Chairman and CEO.
Mirch also worked closely with producers and supervised the Image Nation contributions in the development of Flight, The Help, The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel, Contagion, Careful What You Wish For, Ghost Rider 2, Midnight Sun, and 100 Foot Journey.
Prior to his work at Image Nation, Mirch was Co-Head of Development at Storyline Entertainment (Chicago, Footloose, The Bucket List) where he was actively involved in the development and sale of television series and mini-series to CBS, NBC, Fox, ABC, and Lifetime. He was also actively involved in developing a slate of feature film projects for New Line, Paramount, Summit Ent., and CBS/Paramount.