Whether through a thrilling action sequence, a character introduction or a thematic declaration, the beginning of your script should create the promise of the end. Join us for an exhilarating and FREE seminar that delves into the art of crafting unforgettable movie beginnings. Hosted by Chuck Kim, Linda Voorhees and Tim Albaugh, this seminar will explore how the “Beginning is the Promise of the End.”
Date: March 30, 2024
Time: 10am PST (90 minutes)
Location: Online Webinar – Zoom
Unlock the Secrets of Unforgettable Openings – In this FREE seminar, you will:
- Promise and Premise: Learn how to establish the central promise and premise of your movie right from the start. Discover techniques to engage your audience’s curiosity within the opening moments.
- Character Introduction: Dive into the art of character introduction. Explore how to present your protagonists and antagonists in a way that instantly connects with the audience.
- World is Character: Explore the importance of establishing the world of your movie in your opening hook. Delve into the use of location to evoke emotions, create conflict and set the stage for your story.
- Conflict Teasers: Understand the power of conflict as a hook. Craft gripping conflict teasers that leave your audience craving resolution.
- Symbolism and Foreshadowing: Discover the magic of symbolism and foreshadowing in movie openings. Learn how to plant subtle seeds that will bloom later in your narrative.
- Narrative Hooks: Master the art of narrative hooks. Find out how to create openings that make your audience unable to look away.
Who Should Attend?
- Aspiring Screenwriters
- Storytelling Enthusiasts
- Anyone Passionate About Crafting Memorable Movie Beginnings
Don’t miss this opportunity to unravel the secrets behind crafting movie openings that leave audiences eagerly anticipating the end. Join us for a seminar that will inspire, inform, and equip you to make your mark in the world of storytelling. Register today, and let’s explore how “The Beginning is the Promise of the End.”