Dramaturgie für Dokumentarfilme
Documentary film structure is based on the confluence of narrative content and the audience's emotional experience while watching it. We need to keep a dual perspective while shaping our films – organizing the footage in a logical narrative sequence that also has the maximum emotional impact on the audience.
In this workshop, you will learn the 12 Essential Elements of Documentary Storytelling that you can immediately apply to your projects. You will also learn how archetypal structures and genre strategies create a unity that engages the widest audience and has the greatest social impact.
Film examples include "The Square", "Rivers and Tides", "Daughter from Danang", "Searching for Sugerman", "Prom Night in Mississippi", and the PBS docu-series "Woman, War and Peace".
Seminar in englischer Sprache
was the story consultant on the HBO/Sundance documentaries "Prom Night in Mississippi" with Morgan Freeman and "A Small Act." He co-executive produced "The Last White Knight", and was Creative Producer on "Shirley: Visions of Reality", which premiered at the Berlinale. Tom has taught storytelling seminars at Pixar Animation Studios, Lucasfilm Ltd., the Bayerische Rundfunk, Constantin Film, the American Film Institute, the Writers Guild of America, and the Directors Guild of America.
1./2. November 2014
Teilnehmerbeitrag: 360,00 €
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