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1. Cinematic Storytelling How to use scriptwriting elements to improve your non-fiction storytelling 2. Cinematic storytelling Premise Character Conflict Resolution Theme Sequens 3. Prof, No One Is Reading You! 4. 1.5 million peer-reviewed articles are published annually, 82 per cent are not even cited once. Prof, No One Is Reading You! 5. 1.5 million peer-reviewed articles are published annually, 82 per cent are not even cited once. Only 20 per cent of papers cited have actually been read. Prof, No One Is Reading You! 6. Why? 7. Why? 8. Why? Difficult to access and expensive for anyone outside of academia. The incomprehensible jargon and the sheer volume and lengths of papers would still prevent practitioners (including journalists) from reading and understanding them. - The Straits Times 9. In a word, Mmeeoow (Read: Boring) 10. That is why storytelling matters, mate! 11. Malin Kundang wont survived without a good storytelling 12. Lets talk about love and jewellery 13. Have you ever tried to sell a diamond? 14. Have you ever tried to sell a diamond? The instrument they created, in 1888, was called De Beers Consolidated Mines, Ltd. 15. Have you ever tried to sell a diamond? The instrument they created, in 1888, was called De Beers Consolidated Mines, Ltd. Queen Elizabeth went on a well-publicized trip to several South African diamond mines, and she accepted a diamond from Oppenheimer. 16. Have you ever tried to sell a diamond? The instrument they created, in 1888, was called De Beers Consolidated Mines, Ltd. Queen Elizabeth went on a well-publicized trip to several South African diamond mines, and she accepted a diamond from Oppenheimer. Movie idols, the paragons of romance, would be given diamonds to use as their symbols of indestructible love. 17. People wants to hear good stories How can we journalist serve their needs? 18. There are many ways to tell story, but for us 19. Cinematic storytelling Premise Character Conflict Resolution Theme Sequence 20. Cinematic storytelling Premise Character Conflict Resolution Theme Sequence 21. Premise Character + Want / Conflict = Premise Somebody wants something badly but having a hard time while getting it 22. Premise Character + Want / Conflict = Premise Somebody wants something badly but having a hard time while getting it 23. Premise Post office + survive / leave its core business Post office really wants to survive, but post office need to leave its core business 24. Cinematic storytelling Premise Character Conflict Resolution Theme Sequence 25. Cinematic storytelling Premise Character Conflict Resolution Theme Sequence 26. Theme Find a word that can explain whats your story is all about 27. Theme Find a word that can explain whats your story is all about 28. Theme Introspection 29. Cinematic storytelling Premise Character Conflict Resolution Theme Sequence 30. Cinematic storytelling Premise Character Conflict Resolution Theme Sequence 31. How do we develop an interesting and believable character? Character 32. Character 33. Exploit the dominant trait, emphasise the hamartia Character 34. Exploit the dominant trait, emphasise the hamartia Funny Undecided Character 35. Funny Undecided Character 36. Funny Undecided Find the wants and needs Character 37. Find the wants and needs Character 38. Find the wants and needs Wants: Accomplishing his task Needs: Pay attention to whats around Wants: Love and be loved Needs: Please decide! Character 39. Character Character: Post office Dominant trait: Confidence Hamartia: Slow response Wants: Live forever Needs: Convert to digital 40. Cinematic storytelling Premise Character Conflict Resolution Theme Sequence 41. Cinematic storytelling Premise Character Conflict Resolution Theme Sequence 42. Conflict Character Vs Character Character Vs God Character Vs Itself 43. Conflict Character Vs Character Character Vs God Character Vs Itself 44. Conflict 45. Which one is the best conflict? Conflict 46. Conflict Post office Vs Internet Post office Vs Itself Post office Vs JNE/Tiki/etc 47. Cinematic storytelling Premise Character Conflict Resolution Theme Sequence 48. Cinematic storytelling Premise Character Conflict Resolution Theme Sequence 49. Resolution Fulfillment Wants or needs? A change in protagonist 50. Resolution Fulfillment Wants or needs? A change in protagonist 51. Resolution 52. Resolution 53. Resolution 54. Resolution 55. Resolution Goes digital Expedition E-commerce 56. Cinematic storytelling Premise Character Conflict Resolution Theme Sequence 57. Cinematic storytelling Premise Character Conflict Resolution Theme Sequence 58. The architecture of writing Sequence 59. The architecture of writing | - | - | | Act I Act II Act III Setup Conflict Resolution Sequence 60. The architecture of writing | - | - | | Act I Act II Act III Setup Conflict Resolution Sequence Form 61. Sequence Act I Act II Act III 62. Sequence |-|-|-|-|-|-|-|-| VIIIVIIVIVIVIIIIII Act I Act II Act III 63. Sequence |-|-|-|-|-|-|-|-| VIIIVIIVIVIVIIIIII B PoA PP1 TMP PP2 E Act I Act II Act III 64. Sequence |-|-|-|-|-|-|-|-| VIIIVIIVIVIVIIIIII Routine Clash Easy way Hard way Romance New move Wrong way Right way B PoA PP1 TMP PP2 E Act I Act II Act III 65. Sequence |-|-|-|-|-|-|-|-| VIIIVIIVIVIVIIIIII Routine Clash Easy way Hard way Romance New move Wrong way Right way B PoA PP1 TMP PP2 E Act I Act II Act III Formula 66. Sequence 67. Sequence |-|-|-|-|-|-|-|-| VIIIVIIVIVIVIIIIII 68. Sequence |-|-|-|-|-|-|-|-| VIIIVIIVIVIVIIIIII B PoA PP1 TMP PP2 E 69. Sequence |-|-|-|-|-|-|-|-| VIIIVIIVIVIVIIIIII Golden era Internet old way Digital Romance Expedition Challenge New Business B PoA PP1 TMP PP2 E 70. My two cents 71. My two cents Write for the ears 72. My two cents Write for the ears Enter late Exit fast 73. My two cents Write for the ears Pay attention to your breath Enter late Exit fast 74. My two cents Write for the ears Pay attention to your breath Write for the screen, not for the brain Enter late Exit fast 75. My two cents Write for the ears Pay attention to your breath Write for the screen, not for the brain Use your six senses Enter late Exit fast 76. My two cents Write for the ears Pay attention to your breath Write for the screen, not for the brain Use your six senses Content-Context Context-Content Enter late Exit fast 77. Talent is nothing without focus and endurance. - Murakami Prepared by Bayu Maitra bayumaitra.net @bayumaitra facebook.com/ bacaanmalam