Super Stories Studio Workshop
DON’T JUST TELL A STORY, BUILD A SUPER STORY
In 1977 two movies were released having a similar genre, budget and target market. Close Encounters of a Third Kind did well and was a good movie. Star Wars was a good movie that became a $50 billion global and generational brand. Why the diﬀerence? While Close Encounters is a story, Star Wars is a Super Story.
The entertainment market place is rapidly changing and is forcing writers and producers in all industries to ﬁnd a new way forward and to stand out in an over-saturated market. Houston Howard and Steve Mitchell’s Super Story session will empower creative minds to take an initial concept and develop it to its full potential and teaches them how to build a robust story architecture primed for 21st Century expansion and survival.
In this session, you will learn the creative strategies for:
• Creating a Viable Storyworld
• Developing Further Story Potential
• Identifying Both Revenue and Engagement Opportunities
• Connecting Your Stories Across Platform
In today’s marketplace, these strategies shouldn’t simply be considered just for sci-ﬁ or super hero stories. Now, they are part of a 21st Century Survival guide.