Tell Stories Like Mooroo
by Taimoor Salahuddin aka Mooroo - Filmmaker | Songwriter
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When creating films for entertainment or marketing, are you tired of seeing rising bounce rates? It's a signal to change your strategy and study the master storyteller's technique.
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Social Media Sharable Certificate
Approx. 5 Hours To Complete
Every other industry in the world today has identified storytelling as being the most essential skill of their marketing strategy.
By the end of this online course, you will earn a social media shareable certificate for yourself and have the following skills:
Understanding the Three Act Structure
The Basics of Cinematography
Incorporating Music into Your Storytelling
Effective Directions for Actors
Divided into 6 modules, Tell Stories Like Mooroo is designed to get you started with the skill of storytelling. This course is more inclined towards storytelling used in films or making videos. Even though the definition of storytelling is now much broader than ever, the rules and approach will always be the same. The detailed information about the modules that will be covered in this course is provided below.
This module will help you understand what meaning storytelling has in the life of a common man. In discussing the history of storytelling in brief, Mooroo will explain the progress of humans around certain topics. Considering the influence that subtle storytelling holds, why Mooroo calls storytelling "life" will be discussed in this segment.
From the perspective of a filmmaker, Taimoor Salahuddin identifies the script and the significance it possesses over the final project. He goes on to introduce subjects like characters and a plot. Discussion of the three-act structure will be incorporated along with some other topics from the scripts.
Examining the scripting in detail, Mooroo breaks down the three-act structure of two globally acclaimed films, namely Children of Men (2006) and Star Wars (1977–2019). Once you understand the three-act structure thoroughly, you will be given some suggestions to write your first story on the basis of the three-act structure. Your mentor will recommend 2 books that are studied worldwide to have a better grasp of film literature.
This module will be the key takeaway for aspirant filmmakers and cinematographers. Major elements that are included in the design of a good film will be brought under discussion. You will learn the complete sense of practical subjects like lighting, shot composition, sound and music, that are necessary for good video production. The critical aspects of sound, special effects (SFX), and visual effects (VFX) will be thoroughly discussed. Also, acting will be discussed in detail. Everything that revolves around a director's ability to convince emotions out of actors, as well as when he should, will be discussed in this Mooroo storytelling course.
This will be the most anticipated module of this online storytelling course. Mooroo, who has already produced several short films, will be explaining his own original timeline. Examining all of the subjects you have already studied in this course will be highlighted in this session. You will learn about the storytelling style of Taimoor Salahuddin while preparing your own scripts.
Here, Mooroo will wish each student success on their future endeavours in the artistic world of storytelling.
Background of Storytelling
Character & Plot
Structure of a Story
The 3 Act Structure
Recommendation of Books
Breakdown of Kebab Main Haddi
Breakdown of Saas Aur Bahu
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After completion of this online storytelling course, the aspirants may pursue a career for themselves in the following industries:
Film & TV
Game Storyline Writing
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