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Creating Authentic Emotional Conflict – Starts Thursday!

Sunday, November 22, 2015 6:08 AM

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Learn how to let Setting and Mood do some of the dramatic heavy lifting
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SCREENWRITERS UNIVERSITY
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Emotional Conflict
Course Starts Thursday!
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Character and plot are intertwined-after all, plot is what happens to the characters. If the audience does not care about the characters, the plot will falter. Audiences may be shocked or surprised by plots, but they care about characters. So authentic emotional conflict evolves from characters trying to deal with their circumstances. The character arc is the growth of the main character as he or she attempts to reconcile with the conflict of the plot.

But before we can understand the course of a character’s progress (or regress), we have to know who that character is. In this workshop, you will cover how to naturally develop characters and story as a single unit so that your audience connects on a deep emotional level. By the end of this workshop, you will have a completed first act of your script-or a more polished one if you have already started your script-with comments from an industry professional and the tools you need to complete you screenplay.

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Course Starts This Thursday, November 26

Course Outline
Session One: All About Character
Session Two: Developing a Rough Outline (and a Rough Character)
Session Three: The Hero Begins the Journey!
Session Four: Tackling Act One
You Will Learn:
How to create a Rough Outline that keeps you on track
How to create a Character Study for each of your leads
How to make use of Inner and Outer Desire
How to let Setting and Mood to do some of the dramatic heavy lifting
How to write Real (rather than manufactured) Conflict and more!
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Learn more about the instructor, Charles Borg

Charles Borg

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Charles Borg has an MFA in Screenwriting from Chapman University and is currently working with APA (Agency for the Performing Arts). He is a script analyst for The Writers Store and works as a script-advisor, treatment-consultant, and ghostwriter for production companies such as Dragon Eye Films, CAI Studios and Right Brain Films.

His writing spans working on Mighty Treehouse Production’s animated sci-fi feature, “Dome” (created by Brandon Fayette, VFX artist; Cloverfield, Mi:2), writing and developing short web content for ADA Sport and scripted episode content for NUVOtv’s “Emerging Latino Filmmakers”.

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