SAFC SPECIAL EVENT: Story Mastery with Michael Hauge (21st August 2016)August 21 2016
SAFC and Screen Australia invite you to attend a special seminar with Hollywood story expert Michael Hauge.
Hauge is the best-selling author of Writing Screenplays That Sell and Selling Your Story in 60 Seconds: The Guaranteed Way to Get Your Screenplay or Novel Read.
If you want to elevate your screenplays and novels to the highest possible level, this event is a must.
During this special, all-day event, Hollywood story expert and script consultant Michael Hauge, best-selling author of Writing Screenplays That Sell and Selling Your Story in 60 Seconds: The Guaranteed Way To Get Your Screenplay or Novel Read, will present his unique approach to creating and pitching emotionally compelling, commercially successful screenplays. Using clips from recent, successful Hollywood and Australian films, Michael will help you master the principles of story concept, character, empathy, plot structure, scene writing and character arc.
Topics covered will include; the primary goal of all story, recognizing commercial potential, the power of desire, need, longing and destiny, the essential conflict all characters must face, turning plot structure from a complicated concept into a simple, powerful tool you can easily apply to every story, the single key to creating character arc and theme, creating unique, believable and fulfilling love stories, writing a captivating movie scene, pitching your script or film.
Michael Hauge is a script consultant, story expert, author and lecturer who works with writers, filmmakers, marketers, business leaders, attorneys and public speakers, both in Hollywood and around the world. He has consulted on projects starring Will Smith, Morgan Freeman, Julia Roberts, Tom Cruise and Reese Witherspoon.
Michael has presented seminars, lectures and keynotes in person and online to more than 70,000 participants worldwide. According to Will Smith "No one is better than Michael Hauge at finding what is most authentic in every moment of a story."