Pixar Storytelling: Rules for Effective Storytelling Based on Pixar's Greatest Films

Independently Published, 4 oct 2015 - 124 páginas
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Pixar Storytelling is about effective storytelling rules based on Pixar's greatest films. The book consists of ten chapters, each of which explores an aspect of storytelling that Pixar excels at. Learn what Pixar's core story ideas all have in common, how they create compelling, moving conflict and what makes their films' resolutions so emotionally satisfying. The book also examines Pixar's character development, unique, intricate story structure and use of theme, all of which are key to the studio's storytelling achievements. This book is great for writers interested in writing for animation or mainstream feature films, animators or aspiring directors who want to know how some of the best animated films work, and even Pixar fans or film buffs who are interested in learning more about the awesome world of storytelling.

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Dean Movshovitz is a screenwriter and author, known for his #1 Amazon bestseller Pixar Storytelling: Rules for Effective Storytelling Based on Pixar's Greatest Films. Born in Israel, Dean served in the IDF for 5 years before getting a BA in Screenwriting at Tel Aviv University. After his studies Dean served as Director of Film and Media at Israel's Office for Cultural Affairs in North America, based in New York, where he promoted Israeli Cinema. Dean wrote episodes for Limon & Oli (Mart Agency/Disney Junior), and was part of Blackpills' writers room in Tel Aviv, where he co-developed First Love, which won the short format competition at Seriesmania 2018. In 2018 he also graduated from Serial Eyes '18, Europe's premier postgraduate training program for television writers and producers.

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