Robert McKee teaches how writers should deal with inner conflict when writing for the theater, novels or film.
Robert McKee explains the difficulties of writing treatments, how much freedom writers actually have, and when you should think about subtext.
Robert McKee explains how to learn, and sometimes break, the conventions of your chosen genre.
Robert McKee explains the purpose of subtext, and the difference between manipulation and tactics.
Robert McKee teaches the dangers of banality, and how moments with no meaning risk undermining your story.
Robert McKee teaches the difference between minor, moderate and major change in story, and how the principle applies to each medium.
Robert McKee teaches how writers can use the principle of character dimensions to create contradictions and flaws.
Robert McKee discusses how writers can use limitations and conflict in life to fuel their creativity.
Robert McKee explains how the love of a subject fuels the writer’s need to know it deeply enough to create an insightful story.
Robert McKee discusses the different options available when choosing the point of view in your Love Story.