5 Useful Storytelling Techniques From Citizen Kane

  • June 28, 2014 · 1:00 PM
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Join EA Cross as he explores the movie Citizen Kane and offers up at least five useful techniques you can apply to your own story development.  While not exhaustive, these "story lessons" will cover enough ground to inspire and educate.  The purpose of this class is to identify, elucidate and impart practical techniques for storytellers and scriptwriters alike.   

 This class is part of a developing workshop tentatively called Useful Cinematic Techniques for Storytellers.   





Details regarding location:

The location is on Corner of 13th and Wood Streets. The plaque on the side of the building reads James G. McSherry Annex.  If the door is not open just ring the buzzer and ask for Steve Ziegler.  There has been some reports that the bell has a short in it so give the button a few rings.  This location is wheelchair accessible with an elevator.  Parking is available in the parking lot of Roman Catholic High School (on Vine Street between Broad and 13th & Streets). Please do not park in any of the reserved spaces.


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  • Adam

    EA did a tremendous job giving different techniques of telling s story especially for complicated stories. Thank you so much

    1 · June 29

  • Judith G.

    Great discussion. Found the writing techniques for cinema as opposed to narrative interesting.

    1 · June 28

  • Wayne G.

    I'll be there a little early and can help operate the door.

    1 · June 27

  • E. A. C.

    What movies would you like to use for the Useful Cinematic Techniques for Storytellers Series?

    June 3

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