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    Christopher Vogler, David McKenna,

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Memo from the Story Dept.: Secrets of Structure and Character

by: Christopher Vogler, David McKenna,

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Memo From the Story Department offers a battery of storygenerating engines and storyimproving tools, and reliable methods tested on hundreds of Hollywood productions. It goes far beyond the standard advice given in most screenwriting manuals. Drawn from sources as varied as vaudeville, classical Greek comedies, and Russian fairy tales, the book outlines a series of practical templates for creating believable characters and emotionally satisfying plots.

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Christopher Vogler is a veteran story consultant for major Hollywood film companies and a respected teacher of filmmakers and writers around the globe.
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Memo From the Story Department offers a battery of storygenerating engines and storyimproving tools, and reliable methods tested on hundreds of Hollywood productions. It goes far beyond the standard advice given in most screenwriting manuals. Drawn from sources as varied as vaudeville, classical Greek comedies, and Russian fairy tales, the book outlines a series of practical templates for creating believable characters and emotionally satisfying plots.

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ISBN: 9781932907971
SKU: 42326162/Done
Publisher: Michael Wiese Productions
Publish Date: July 1, 2011
Page Count: 230

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    Vogler’s The Writer’s Journey is the Bible for screenwriters. I think it’s the best book on how to write a screenplay ever written.

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    Great movies have great story structure — period. Nobody understands that better, and communicates it more brilliantly, than Mr. McKenna.

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    Just finished reading this and it’s already saved my ass. No shit. I needed a pitch for a rewrite and this book helped me crack it.