Andrew Stanton: The clues to a great story

Andrew Stanton: The clues to a great story

Filmmaker Andrew Stanton (“Toy Story,” “WALL-E”) shares what he knows about storytelling — starting at the end and working back to the beginning. (Contains graphic language…


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  1. GLBXA

    You lost me after "John Carter"… That movie bombed so hard… Horrible to watch… So much for great story… WALL-E was ok at the beginning, but once they got into the ship, it was like every other movie I've ever watched before…. NEXT!!

  2. The ADS Agency

    "Frankly there isn't anyone you couldn't learn to love if you learned their story." "Make me care." – that's great stuff. Love it absolutely. Andrew – would love for you to weigh in with your expert tips on our Facebook LIVE chat coming up Jan. 16, 2018, 9pm EST – all about the best tips for writing your very first book. We're chatting with award-winning ghostwriter Dennis Ross. Hope you can make it! (PS – keep up the power of story, we're a fan!)

  3. Carlos Alberto Reyes Ramos

    Basically the video talked about

    A well told story begins with a promise that tells you it is going to worth your time

    Let the viewers complete de sentence, give them 2 plus 2 not four

    A main core idea for the character. The nemos father wanted to prevent harm, alpachino wanted to please his father, wallle to find beuty

    To create Drama you have to let your viewers create anticipation mixed with uncertainly

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