- The writer and the art of story
- Putting the elements of story together
- The great sweep and body of story
- Story adaptations
- A Brief History of the Crime Genre
Robert McKee’s Story has been the world’s ultimate writing class for over 50,000 screenwriters, filmmakers, TV writers, novelists, industry executives, actors, producers, directors and playwrights.
McKee’s Story Seminar effectively demonstrates the relationship between story design and character. Quality story structure demands creativity; it cannot be reduced to simple formulas that impose a rigid number of mandatory story elements.
Robert McKee’s course teaches you the principles involved in the art and craft of screenwriting and story design, and proves the essence of good story is unchanging and universal. Whether on the big screen, on television, in novels, on stage and in ALL creative work, everything works in the shadow of classic story design.
McKee Former Students Have Written:
And They’ve Won:
32 Academy Awards (106+ Nominations) 158 Emmy Awards (500+ Nominations) 21 WGA Awards (77+ Nominations) 17 DGA Awards (48+ Nominations)
Story is Supreme
Robert McKee’s Story Structure is the world’s ultimate story and screenwriting class because it effectively demonstrates the relationship between Story Design and Character. Using examples from over 100 films, Robert McKee demonstrates that structure and design are about form and principles, that structure is not plot, rigid rules, formulas or “Hollywood” movies.