* Helps develop “arcs” from the actions and passions of the characters.
* Teaches how to write series like "Game of Thrones" and movies like "Rome".
This new method allows to master the structures of “action” and “emotion of the characters”, in a theory supported by Linguistics, Logic and Philosophy, with a set of “theoretical schemes”, both for structuring the arcs of the characters and the script. It is a new scientific theory, which theorizes the acting and feeling of the characters, which makes a lot of sense when it is the “passion” that governs the “action”; The dialogues and relationships between characters are generated by their emotions. Innovative method, based on theory and not manual tricks, able to make the writer with tools to build good stories, from characters acting on the deeds of his passions.
Discover how to create bows in different types of works, such as the action bows of the characters in "Game of Thrones", and the arc generated by the "sensations" of the characters in "Rome," a dense film with a structure invisible by where the characters move.
Evidence of the effectiveness of this theory is also illustrated by examples of blockbuster hits, such as the miniseries “Chernobyl” and the “Westworld” series, and films such as “Melancholy,” “Wild Tales,” and “Gravity,” with direct studies of the original scripts. of these works.
The course method is composed, basically, by “seven theoretical schemes”, which intersect forming the theory of the script, based on the actions and emotions of the characters: Narrative Program, Existential Simulacrum, Extraordinary Event, Surprise, Damage and Fracture, Cholera and Revenge.
Watch below the introductory videos from "Passions in the Narrative" and learn how the course content, the origin of the new theory, and who Hermes Leal, the author, will be approached. And find out how this new narrative theory will revolutionize the way you write scripts and develop characters.