Using clips and examples from classics such as Back to the Future, David Baboulene explains the key elements that give stories their power and which give you a toolkit for managing that power. Character growth, moral argument, knowledge gaps and subtext, the story world, conflict and key questions are all made plain, followed by an opportunity for Q&A with the story consultant who literally wrote the book.
David Baboulene is a published author of six books (including The Story Book, 2010), scriptwriter, professional story consultant and a Ph.D. scholar of story theory whose research is changing the way contemporary media industries create and evaluate stories.
Delegate comments on David's previous story seminars
Every session provided a ‘eureka moment’ for me; another sudden insight into ways to improve my stories and find direction for me as a writer.”
“A wonderful combination of technical knowledge balanced with the recognition that story must come from the heart of the individual. Your seminars have helped me enormously.”
“Made something very complex beautifully clear.”
“Hugely entertaining and motivating.”
“It would be hard to improve these seminars. I would recommend them to everyone.”