Dramaturgie für Dokumentarfilme
7./8. September 2013, film.coop München
Documentary film structure is based on the interface of narrative content and the audience‘s emotional journey while viewing your film. This allows you to organize the events in a powerful narrative sequence, maximizing the engagement and appreciation of the audience.
In this intensive, two-day workshop for directors, writers, producers, editors and story editors, you will learn Four Models of Documentary Story Development, as well as master Genre Strategies that will clarify your editorial choices during pre-production, production and post-production.
The documentaries we will review include "Man on Wire", "Rivers and Tides", "Restrepo", "Bowling for Columbine", "Daughter from Danang", "Searching for Sugarman" and "The Last White Knight".
Seminar in englischer Sprache
was co-executive producer of The Last White Knight, that premiered at TIFF, and story consultant on HBO's Prom Night in Mississippi and A Small Act. He has taught film seminars for Pixar Animation Studios, Lucasfilm Ltd., the American Film Institute, the Writers Guild of America, the Directors Guild of America, and the National Film Schools in Berlin and Munich.