“Robert McKee STORY Seminar coming to Ringling College Oct. 19-21, 2018
Dateline : 03/14/18 SARASOTA COUNTY, FL
The world renowned “STORY” seminar will be held at the Ringling College of Art and Design, October 19-21,2018. The Sarasota County Film and Entertainment Office announced today. “Robert McKee’s “STORY” Seminar is the best opportunity for screenplay writers to learn from the master of crafting a great story.” stated Film Commission Director, Jeanne Corcoran. “Having been previous student of Robert’s, his seminar changed the way I craft a story, forever” . The event is anticipated to bring visitors to our area, hotels, restaurants and local arts venues. Kimberly Heath-Carrico, Production Coordinator for the film commission states,”The sav·oir faire of Sarasota will be experienced by attendees and the future effects we anticipate,will be measurable for our industry. The important socio-economic impact will be lasting.” Heath-Carrico states, “The quality of professional that McKee attracts is palpable,these quality professionals, writers, producers to directors will bring much influence to our area. McKee’s effect with the critically acclaimed, Oscar winning attendees of his seminars, changes the way the public receive the projects which he directly/indirectly influences with his “Story” seminars, worldwide. We are fortunate he has chosen our area and look forward to hosting many in the business when they visit our area for the event.”
THIS IS A LIMITED ATTENDANCE ENGAGEMENT
FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT: Kimberly@filmsarasota.com or 941 309-1200 x 104
“A culture cannot evolve without honest, powerful storytelling. When society repeatedly experiences glossy, hollowed-out, pseudo-stories, it degenerates. We need true satires and tragedies, dramas and comedies that shine a clean light into the dingy corners of the human psyche and society. If not, as Yeats warned, ‘the centre cannot hold.’”
– Robert McKee
In this three-day ‘rite of passage’ seminar, Robert McKee teaches the substance, structure, style, and principles of story. Past students include Peter Jackson, Russell Brand, Jimmy Fallon, Julia Roberts, Geoffrey Rush, Kirk Douglas, David Bowie, Meg Ryan, John Cleese, and many more.