Burbank, CA (PRWEB) July 15, 2009
Write Brothers, Inc. Software for Writers (http://www.screenplay.com) is pleased to announce its ninth consecutive appearance at Comic-Con International San Diego, the world's largest comic book and pop culture convention. Join us in the San Diego Convention Center July 23-26, 2009, at booth #1429 for product demonstrations of our most popular software including Movie Magic Screenwriter 6 and Dramatica Pro.
Our expanded presence at the 2009 Comic-Con features several not-to-be-missed events including our panel with story development guru Chris Huntley, our sponsorship of the Comic-Con International: Independent Film Festival, and booth appearances by feature film writer and The Write Environment host Jeffrey Berman.
Attend the Write Brothers panel from 10:00-11:00 am on Thursday, July 23, in Room 5AB:
Heroes, Villains, and Dramatica Archetypes: Chris Huntley
Stories are populated with heroes, villains, sidekicks, and other colorful character models. Story development expert Chris Huntley (our vice president of story development and the creator of Dramatica Story Theory) discusses the key components of these archetypes and their effective placement in your stories. He'll explore the basics then go beyond simple character archetypes and create far more interesting, complex characters!
Write Brothers, Inc. Sponsors the CCI: IIF
As award sponsors for this year's Comic-Con International Independent Film Festival, Write Brothers, Inc. is proud to support the convention's mission to celebrate the historic and ongoing contribution of comics to art and culture. Join us for the awards ceremony on Sunday, July 26, at 11:15 am.
Booth (#1429) Appearance by Jeffery Berman of The Write Environment
Jeffery Berman of The Write Environment will be at our booth selling his latest DVD, The Write Environment: The Comic Book Series. The DVD features interviews with three of the giants in the comic book industry, Marv Wolfman, Mark Waid, and Geoff Johns. These respected writers provide invaluable behind-the-scenes insights into the creative processes that lead to their award-winning comic book scripts.
About Jeffery Berman:
Jeffrey Berman's first spec script was purchased by Brian Grazer and Ron Howard at Imagine Films. Since then he has written feature film projects for Universal Studios, Paramount Pictures, and The Walt Disney Studio, as well as several independent film companies. In the television market, Berman has co-written and sold several MOWs including The J.K Rowling bio-pic for NBC television and The Last Rainmaker for Hallmark. Berman co-founded UnitedHollywood.com and was producer/co-host of UnitedHollywood Live. He also created and hosts The Write Environment, a compelling series of one-on-one interviews with some of today's most prolific writers. Currently Berman is writing and producing a web series based on the science fiction novel, Naught For Hire, by Nebula Award nominee, John E. Stith.
About Write Brothers:
In 1982, Write Brothers Inc. (formerly called Screenplay Systems - http://www.screenplay.com) invented the first screenplay text processing system, Scriptor. For 27 years the company has been the world leader in developing software for screenwriting, film and television production, and creative story development.
Write Brothers is the only company to win an Academy Technical Achievement Award for the development of screenwriting software. Write Brothers' software is sold worldwide, including at the Apple Store, and has been used by the industry's most demanding professionals for the development of film and television shows.
Movie Magic Screenwriter (4.5 mice, MacWorld) was used on the blockbuster Pirates of the Caribbean series, Academy-Award winning Crash, Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, Heroes, 24, South Park and thousands more. The software is also the preferred writing tool of the top film and writing schools and the Writer's Guild of America, east.
Write Brothers currently holds three software patents. It holds two for the Dramatica® story assistant, and one for the timeline-based presentation of text used in the StoryView™ outlining software. Streamline is the fourth technology patent Write Brothers has filed.
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