Robert McKee offers advice on the step-by-step process and different routes towards becoming a television writer.
Robert McKee explains to a STORY Seminar attendee why certain stories succeed internationally, while most fail.
Robert McKee explains the dangers of making your story world too big, and how a depth of knowledge is the key to avoiding cliché.
In this Storylogue Q&A video, Robert McKee teaches the nature of talent, and how it is meaningless without desire.
Robert McKee teaches how and why, no matter how seemingly complex the story, you should be able to define your work in one sentence.
Robert McKee explains Aristotle’s assertion that probable impossibilities in story are preferable to improbable possibilities.
Robert McKee teaches the importance of creating empathy in order to make your audience care about your story.
Robert McKee teaches how writers must retain some objectivity about their own writing in order to judge whether a story is working or not.
Robert McKee teaches how writers can manipulate rhythm and tempo by mixing up the length of scenes in a story, in order to progress and accelerate the telling to a satisfying climax.
A protagonist may want something and not know it, or may want something and be completely aware of it. Things are different for the writer. Robert McKee explains why.
Robert McKee teaches how to use a story within a story to hold the interest of your audience, with reference to THE LEGO MOVIE.
Robert McKee shares tips and suggestions on how to get your work done.