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Robert McKee explains how acting experience is an invaluable asset when writing for the screen.
Robert McKee discusses whether the audience or the characters need to be aware of the story’s spine of action.
Robert McKee suggests that the masterful use of multiple image systems is what makes Polanski’s film CHINATOWN so powerful.
Maya Deren, the mother of the avant-garde cinema and its movement, greatly influenced some of the most respected filmmakers of our time.
In this short lesson, McKee explores the best way to keep an audience involved with the spine of action of a long-form TV series: character desire.
Robert McKee explores the many questions raised by the flashback and when to use it.
Robert McKee explores the many questions raised by the inciting incident.
Robert McKee explains how the difference between free will and destiny depends on your vantage point.
McKee debunks the myth of overnight screenwriting success and discusses its perils.