Robert McKee teaches how writers should deal with inner conflict when writing for the theater, novels or film.
Robert McKee teaches the benefits and dangers of breaking storytelling principles, with reference to the Coen Brothers movie THE MAN WHO WASN’T THERE.
Robert McKee teaches how writing your Climax leads to a retroactive edit of your story.
Robert McKee teaches the best way to approach learning genre conventions and the importance of writers “doing the work.”
A tear-stained list of Jerry Springer chants (He stole my money! He stole my property! He stole my baby!) infects this wannabe art film.
Robert McKee teaches the principle of character action and reaction, and how writers must choose which to emphasize.
A few words from your fellow writers about their experience at Robert McKee’s London STORY Seminar.
Robert McKee teaches how, in spite of the world making less and less sense, writers can still create a meaningful story.