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A better way to write your screenplay.
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Hero Goal Sequences
23 Actions All Great Heroes Must Take
Discover the new Hero Goal Sequences method for screenwriters and novelists to create dynamic heroes and powerful stories that get deals.
The Story Solution
“A clear path to a Hollywood sale.”
– Erica Byrne, Screenwriter
Hear Eric Edson Speak About Story Structure
THE STORY SOLUTION offers a completely new approach to building powerful screen stories that will keep producers, agents and audiences glued to their chairs. Accomplished screenwriter and university professor Eric Edson reveals the 23 actions used in every successful movie to create dynamic, three-dimensional heroes while linking together all parts of a captivating screenplay.
About The Author
Eric Edson has written seventeen feature screenplays on assignment for such companies as Sony, Warner Brothers, Disney, 20th Fox, ABC Motion Pictures, Lifetime, Showtime, NBC, ABC and TNT. He is Professor of Screenwriting and Director of the Graduate Program in Screenwriting at California State University, Northridge.
Free Film Structure Breakdowns
In The Story Solution you will learn…
Create Characters for Your Stories
Below are audio excerpts to help you understand how to create better characters for your stories.
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Hello writers all: In this holiday season of gratitude, I wish to offer a deep thank you to the many writers, readers and storytellers who have joined me on this journey toward finding a better way to create great screenplays and novels. I’m a teacher by nature, and I wrote The Story Solution to provide no-nonsense information…
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE, Santa Clarita, CA – Eric Edson, screenwriter, professor and author of THE STORY SOLUTION: 23 Actions All Great Heroes Must Take, has just released an audiobook version of his inspiring book on screenplay writing. The unabridged audiobook is now available on Audible.com (an Amazon company), narrated by the author. The audio version…
QUESTION: From José V., Las Condes, Chile: “Professor Edson, you say the Adversary needs to be a person. But I’ve read that a lack or need within the Hero or the community can work, too. Is this true?” Hi José, Good question about an essential story element – the Adversary. Yes, there are films that…
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