LEARNING BASED ON the
BESTSELLING BOOK on STORY
Into The Woods explains why all stories have the same underlying structure. We’ll help you understand that shape and how to apply it to your work, whether you’re making TV, video games, novels or writing a tweet. Join us for:
Conferences and masterclasses
Consultancy and mentoring
“From the gossip we share, to the TV series we binge on, to the political narratives that shape our lives — stories define us. Learn how they work and transform the way you do everything.”
THE NARRATIVE TEAM
BECTU Vision and Drama Training
“I found John’s book, the course and his feedback on my treatment very useful and have been applying his Ten Questions and Five Act Structure ideas to pretty much all of my writing ever since. Having read a multitude of books on screenwriting and writing, I have found John’s theory and approach so refreshing, challenging – and yet so simple. It’s an absolute gift.”
Course participant, Endemol Shine Nederland 2018
WHAT PEOPLE SAY ABOUT the BOOK
We explore gender representation in game development as part of our coveted guide, Three Strategies to Make Your Game a Winner. In this post, game designer and Story for Video Games course director Caroline Marchal talks to our students about starting out in the...
In this exclusive interview, JYS’s Katherine Press speaks to Julia McKenzie, Head of Radio Comedy for BBC Studios, about her role at the BBC, how to submit your work to production companies and how to react to trends in writing.
We explore the possible reasons why female talent is underrepresented in the games industry as part of our coveted guide, Three Strategies to Make Your Game a Winner. In this post, Katherine Press talks women in games with BAFTA-nominated and Writers’ Guild...