The Primary Colours of Story Part 2: Character Contrasts

with David Baboulene Ph.D

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Without character, you have no story. In this session, David Baboulene discusses the primary colours of character…

  • Motivation
  • Morality
  • The critical role of subtext
  • Character arcs and growth

…and getting in touch with the all-important darker shades through conflict and antagonism.

Feedback from David’s previous seminars

“David Baboulene is truly a master when it comes to the science behind storytelling.”
Craig Hinde, Producer/Director

“David’s approach to story really gets under the bonnet of your specific narrative, rather than relying on tired old structural dictates. Highly recommended!”
Alex Marx, Scriptwriter

“We cannot recommend David Baboulene highly enough. His insights and expertise on story creation have been invaluable, helping us get the script of ‘Hallo Joe’ to the point where we’ve sold the option and look forward to full production”
Mark Halliley & Perry Schaffer, Scriptwriters

Appearing in this session

David Baboulene Ph.D

David Baboulene Ph.D – Author, Scriptwriter, Narrative Theorist & Story Consultant

Credits include: Story Theory

David's research into narrative theory has demonstrated how the power of every story lies in the way a story resonates with a human mind.
David Baboulene Ph.D

Screenwriting for Film and Television

The Primary Colours of Story

The Primary Colours of Story

In this session, David Baboulene demonstrates the link between the way the mind works and the way stories grip and engage us; and how you can use this knowledge to create power in your stories.