Robert McKee details the problem of balancing necessary exposition with derring-do, using the examples of RAIDERS OF THE LOST ARK and PREDATOR.
Robert McKee explains the benefits of combining genres as a tool to aid your construction of an original script.
Robert McKee discusses the importance of a satisfying ending, regardless of whether the value charge is positive or negative.
People are tired of coercion and seduction, but hungry for story. Robert McKee teaches how to weave story into a presentation in the workplace.
Robert McKee discusses character in relation to story structure, and explains how to make motivations organic.
Robert McKee explains how true works of art can disturb the balance of our lives, revealing hidden depths of emotion and experience.
Robert McKee discusses the questions you should ask when analyzing films and TV shows.
McKee discusses the conventions of the Love Story and its similarities and differences with the Buddy Salvation story.
Robert McKee shares some valuable techniques for creating compelling characters.
Robert McKee teaches the points a story must reach when the key value at stake is life and death.
Robert McKee explains the importance of the audience experiencing and understanding certain emotions, such as terror, through storytelling.
Robert McKee highlights how Hollywood accounts for only a fraction of the world’s storytelling.