I firmly believe that the creative work you make is only ever as good as the creative process that generates it. In a multi-platform world, the rigour, focus and discipline of that development process is more crucial than ever.
In the midst of developing cross-platform projects with studios in the US and my own supernatural gothic horror project, ‘Transgressions’, here in Australia, I’m going to be putting my money where my mouth is with a dedicated workshop looking at storyworld development process for episodic TV and cross-platform projects entitled ‘Re-Frame: the Multiplatform Storyworld Writers Workshop’.
The blurb reads like this….
“Following a structured process for shaping and framing a dynamic, narrative driven, storyworld for delivery across platforms, participants will be taken through a series of exercises, concepts and templates that will challenge the way they think about writing and story development.
From defining the rules that shape a dramatic cross-platform engine, to the interactive role-play for audiences immersing themselves in your storyworld, the workshop will encourage participants to engage with a fresh approach whilst grounding consistent and long-standing narrative principles, universal to platforms old and new.
This workshop is suitable for writers with some experience, and would also be really useful for any producers developing their own dramatic concepts.”
Details here. Love to see you there.