Write Brothers, Inc. Announces Appearance at New York Comic Con


From the press release:

Write Brothers, Inc. Announces Appearance at New York Comic Con

Academy Award winning Software Company announces plans to host a panel at the 2nd largest convention in the country.

Write Brothers, Inc., (http://www.screenplay.com) developers of the Academy Award-winning software for writers, announced today they will be exhibiting at the 2nd largest comic book convention, New York Comic Con. In operation as a software design company specifically for writers, Write Brothers plans a myriad of events to share with the convention’s attendees.

Chris Huntley is Vice President of Write Brothers Inc. He is also the co-creator of Dramatica, an acclaimed theory of story and the basis of the popular Movie Magic Screenwriter and Dramatica Pro software. Chris regularly teaches workshops and classes on story structure and development. And New York Comic Con is no exception.

Chris is hosting a panel on Friday October 8th entitled Writing Action Packed and Character Driven Stories. In this exciting discussion also featured at San Diego Comic Con, Chris discusses exploration of the Eight Essential Questions of Character and Plot. Does your main character change his essential nature or stay the course? How do characters grow? What brings your story to a climax? Does your story end in tragedy, triumph, or somewhere in between? Find out the answer to these questions and ask some of your own!

Chris will also be appearing throughout the entire convention weekend at the company’s exhibitor booth #2462. Celebrating the 10th Anniversary Edition of Dramatica: A New Theory of Story, Chris will be signing copies and addressing questions from writers on story development and theory. Dramatica: A New Theory of Story is the definitive guide to the most profoundly original and complete paradigm of story since Aristotle wrote Poetics, and serves as the basis for the company’s popular software for writers.

To promote the company’s other projects, the Write Brothers staff will be raffling year-long subscriptions to MovieMaker Magazine, the leading magazine on the art and business of making movies. Attendees can register to win throughout the convention weekend.

About New York Comic Con:

October 8 to 10, 2010
Jacob K. Javits Center
655 West 34th Street
New York

About Writing Action Packed and Character Driven Stories

Friday, October 8, 2021
Panel Room 5 (1A17-18)
5:15 – 6:15 pm

About Write Brothers

In 1982, Write Brothers Inc. (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, 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 as well as Academy-Award winning screenwriters.

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 Outline 4D™ outlining software. Streamline is the fourth technology patent Write Brothers has filed.

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