March 18, 2019: I really enjoyed talking to Alex Ferrari for his Bulletproof Screenplay podcast, hosted on the Indy Film Hussle website. He was very curious about the Story-Type Method (of course!) but we also discussed super-hero movies, the difference between plot-led, character-led and theme-led stories and more. Alex is a true movie fan and a great […]
January 18, 2018. I’ve decided to use some footage from my 2-hour presentation on writing thrillers at the London Screenwriters’ Festival to introduce the Story-Type Method in The Structurator, my interactive story tool. It’s a 35-minute video that covers the same ground as the first chapter of Screenwriting Unchained. Although most of the content applies […]
February 2, 2017. It’s Groundhog Day! To celebrate one of my favorite movies, I’ve decided to offer a free case study of the film, as analysed in Screenwriting Unchained, my book on story structure and screenplay development. Although this analysis of Groundhog Day isn’t as detailed as the other case studies in the book, I use it throughout the Developing […]
November 21, 2016. Just a few weeks after kindly inviting me to discuss story structure with him in a 90mn teleconference, Max Timm from the ISA (International Screenwriters Association) asked Oscar-winning writer-director Paul Haggis to talk about his work. You can listen to the interview here. I really enjoyed it. I admire Haggis very much and Crash is one […]
October 18, 2016. The recording of a live teleconference I’ve done last month with Max Timm from the ISA (International Screenwriters Association) in the U.S. has just been posted on their website. We’re discussing story structure, the Story-Type Method® and Screenwriting Unchained. I’m rambling a bit as I’m not used to discuss this without the […]
September 7, 2016: Screenplay Unlimited Publishing has released Screenwriting Unchained, Emmanuel Oberg’s non-fiction book introducing the Story-Type Method®. For more information, please visit www.screenwritingunchained.com.