LIVE ONLINE OCT. 17 – Nov. 16
Fifteen Online Lessons with Robert McKee
Live sessions from 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM Eastern
Recordings available until December 31, 2023
Union, Student, and STORY Repeater discounts available.
Contact us to see if you qualify.
Now Online. Live and On Demand.
Have you always wished you could attend a McKee seminar but couldn’t quite make the logistics work? We get it. Booking hotels is a hassle, finding flights a nightmare. The STORY Webinar Series is your chance to learn from Hollywood’s most sought-after screenwriting instructor from the comfort of your own home!
How it Works
Learn online from Robert McKee
The STORY Webinar Series consists of fifteen live writing lectures in which Robert covers all of the content from his legendary STORY Seminar. These 2-hour sessions take place at 1:00 PM Eastern Time every Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, for the span of five weeks (October 17 – November 16, 2023).
Ask McKee Anything
Every webinar concludes with a Q&A session during which Robert answers your questions on the topics covered during the lecture, or on any aspect of the writing craft. Participants can submit their questions during the live session or in advance by email.
Live & On Demand
Can’t attend live? No problem!
If you can’t join us live, you can catch up at your convenience. Recordings are made available within 24 hours of the conclusion of each event, and can be viewed as many times as you like within the access period. STORY Webinar Series recordings will be available through December 31, 2023.
15 Lessons OVER 5 Weeks
Over the course of five weeks, Robert McKee’s STORY Webinar Series explores all of the concepts taught in his famous 3-day seminar. Get the full experience. Master your craft with McKee online.
What You’ll Learn
The Story Problem
The relationship of the writer to herself, to the art, to humanity.
The beats, scenes, sequences, acts, and movements that make up story.
The world of the story and its relation to the war on clichés.
Limitations and inspirations, conventions of setting, role, event, and value.
The great debate between structure vs. character in story.
Expressing truth through premise, controlling idea, counter idea.
Shaping the source of story energy and creation, writing from the inside out.
Progressive complications, set-ups and pay-offs, turning points, and the nature of choice.
A guide to the creative process, and how to turn your inspiration into a final draft.
See the practical application of these principles in a scene-by-scene screening and analysis of the classic CASABLANCA.
Learn all these principles and more when you join us online for the STORY Webinar Series.