Write A Killer Outline For Your Horror Feature - Writing Lab: Level 1 of 3

Taught by Karina Wilson

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Former in-House Story Consultant for IM Global

Participants will work under the watchful eye of Karina Wilson, an independent writer and development exec with almost two decades of experience in feature film development. She specializes in the horror genre and has worked on titles such as SKYLINE, 13 SINS, VIRAL, VAMPIRE ACADEMY, HORNS, LORDS OF SALEM, and many others during her time as an in-house story consultant at IM Global. She has read thousands of screenplays throughout her career, including serving as the Supervising Judge for niche horror festival, SHRIEKFEST. She’s currently working with Arclight Films and can be seen on screen in the award-winning documentary, THE HISTORY OF METAL AND HORROR. Full Bio »

Summary

Payment plans available - contact edu@stage32.com for details

Limited to 12 people - 4 Spots Remain

Complete your outline and work one-on-one on Zoom with the former in-house story consultant for IM Global

 

The global appetite for horror movies is growing so fast that it's almost scary. Audiences can't get enough horror, the big streamers are gobbling them up and smaller niche streamers are launching and have a huge need for fresh titles and ideas. You've seen recent horror movies like THE FOREVER PURGE produced for $18M that grossed over $70M worldwide, a movie like THE UNHOLY get made for $1.2M that grossed $30M internationally or the ultimate jackpot like GET OUT, which was made for $4.2M that went on to gross over $240M. What all of these have in common is a well thought out story, complex characters that take you on the ride and mind-bending scares that all land at the perfect time.

Every screenwriter in this scenario began with a great outline. Your outline is imperative because it helps you structure your story and character arcs before you type Fade In. Do you know your hook? Do you know your beats? Are you acts properly synchronized for maximum effect? Having a top flight outline is often what separates a professional writer from an amateur.

Now, Stage 32 will help you not only craft the perfect outline, but also take you through the process of writing a complete horror script.

Over six weeks in an exclusive, interactive Stage 32 writing lab, you’ll work in a virtual class setting and one-on-one with Karina Wilson, one of the most sought-after horror story consultants in the industry, who worked for over a decade with IM GlobalKarina has worked on titles such as SKYLINE, 13 SINS, VIRAL, VAMPIRE ACADEMY, HORNS, LORDS OF SALEM.

You will leave this lab with a completed outline for your feature script and what's even better is that if you want to continue working with Karina she will move you up to a level 2 and level 3 lab where you will write your actual screenplay. 

You don't want to miss out on riding this global horror wave and there are only a limited number of spots available for Karina's lab and once they're gone they're gone for good. Stage 32 is offering this first class in a 3-class journey to help you get your horror feature written and ready to share with producers.

 

Testimonials from Karina's previous Stage 32 Education:

"She delivered on the topic and gave an informative lecture. I took many notes on how to immediately improve the horror script I'm writing now. That was my goal!" - Martha C.

"I thought it was very informative and the speaker was well versed!" - Loretta C. 

What You'll Learn

WEEK 1: Your Idea

We’ll discuss the syllabus, goals, guidelines for engaging with the class, and the importance of creating a robust outline. It can be the foundation for a genre screenplay, a way of proving your creative chops, or of presenting a concept for future development, all of which are crucial to your growth as a screenwriter.

Beginning at the beginning. Where does it all start? How do you generate that spark of genius you can extrapolate into a screenplay.

We’ll explore:

The Search for Inspiration

  • What frightens you, individually, and us, collectively?
  • Types of horror: supernatural vs. real
  • What is ‘the market’ looking for? Thinking ahead, not tagging behind.
  • Budgetary concerns
  • Sources of offbeat and unusual inspiration

Making It Yours

  • Scratching your unique story itch – what’s the story YOU want to tell, that ONLY YOU can tell?
  • Mapping the terrain and planting your flag – know the genre, know your sub-genre, know what you’re referencing, know what you bring fresh to the table.
  • Doing background research (and when to stop)
  • Balancing narrative authenticity with the suspension of disbelief

Q&A with Karina

Assignment: Brainstorm options and create a list of 5-10 potential ideas

 

WEEK 2: Angles and Approaches

Anyone can have an idea, but it takes special skills to structure it into a horror feature. It’s all about the quality of the execution — ultimately, that’s what producers pay for. We’ll discuss:

  • What is a paradigm, and why do I need to follow it?
  • The basic structure of a horror movie

We’ll also discuss the main considerations involved in crafting a one-paragraph premise — one that others can evaluate and that you can build into a full outline.

  • What’s the hook?
  • Location, location, location
  • Story entry and exit points
  • Identifying key characters
  • Who’s the real monster here?
  • Finding the universal

Q&A with Karina

Assignment: Craft three one-paragraph premises and submit them.

 

WEEK 3: One on One Zoom with Karina #1 [individual Skype sessions]

Discuss your premises one-on-one with Karina in individual video discussions. Each writer will send in their three premises in advance and will have a phone consultation to discuss what works and what doesn’t and which might be the best premise to continue developing over the next three sessions.

Q&A with Karina

Assignment: Pick one of your premises, expand it into a one-page, and polish it in preparation for the outlining process.

 

WEEK 4: How to Craft an Outline #1, Story

In terms of story structure, the horror genre presents specific opportunities and challenges.

  • Beginnings, middles, and ends
  • Three and four-act structure in the horror movie
  • Your building blocks: beats, scenes, and sequences
  • Pacing: tension, release, humor, false alarms
  • Kills, chases, and other set pieces
  • Escalation
  • Avoiding an Act II plateau/running round in circles
  • Reaching a climax
  • Resolution – or not?
  • Prologues and Epilogues
  • Proportions and page counts

Q&A with Karina

Assignment: Outline the action of your story as a detailed, structured beat sheet

 

WEEK 5: How to Craft an Outline #2, Character Arcs

As with story structure, the horror genre presents specific opportunities and challenges when it comes to characters. We’ll discuss horror archetypes, the relationship between your protagonist and the monster, and how to develop your main characters’ arcs in a satisfying manner while still meeting genre expectations for suspense and action. Then, how to add character development to your beat sheet.

  • “This is a story about....” Organizing POVs and selecting your lead
  • Primary, secondary, and tertiary characters
  • Horror archetypes in the 2020s (i.e. how we’ve moved on from the 1950s)
  • Diversity in both monsters and heroes
  • Attitudes: Skeptics and Believers
  • Making the death fit the character
  • Lessons learned and implemented by the protagonist
  • The mano a mano climax

Q&A with Karina

Assignment: Add character details into your beat sheet and flesh it out into a full outline, which you’ll submit.

 

WEEK 6: One on One Zoom with Karina #2 [individual Skype sessions]

Discuss your outline one on one with Karina. We’ll evaluate the shape and potential of your outline. Is this outline ready to go to pages, or is there more work to do before you begin writing your screenplay?

 


WHAT TO EXPECT: 

PLEASE NOTE: This exclusive Stage 32 lab is limited to 12 writers and will be booked on a first-come, first-served basis. The opportunity to work this closely and for this long with an executive and an expert in the field is an incredibly unique and valuable opportunity. If you are interested, please do book quickly. Once the spots are gone, they’re gone for good.

  • This lab is designed for intermediate writers interested in turning their horror feature idea into a polished outline
  • By the end of this 6-week lab, you will have a professional outline for your horror feature
  • This is an in-depth, practical, and detailed lab with one-on-one time with the instructor and significantly more content than a standard 90-minute webinar.
  • ***Only 12 Spots Available - 7 Spots Remain***
  • Plus, to stay motivated and inspired, you will have access to a private, dedicated Stage 32 Lounge where you can communicate with your fellow classmates throughout the development process.

Payment plans are available - please contact Amanda at edu@stage32.com for more information

 

About Your Instructor

Participants will work under the watchful eye of Karina Wilson, an independent writer and development exec with almost two decades of experience in feature film development. She specializes in the horror genre and has worked on titles such as SKYLINE, 13 SINS, VIRAL, VAMPIRE ACADEMY, HORNS, LORDS OF SALEM, and many others during her time as an in-house story consultant at IM Global. She has read thousands of screenplays throughout her career, including serving as the Supervising Judge for niche horror festival, SHRIEKFEST. She’s currently working with Arclight Films and can be seen on screen in the award-winning documentary, THE HISTORY OF METAL AND HORROR.

Schedule

Saturday May 21st – 10am-12pm PST

Saturday May 28th – 10am-12pm PST

Saturday June 4th – 10am-12pm PST

Saturday June 11th – 10am-12pm PST

Saturday June 18th – 10am-12pm PST

Saturday June 25th – 10am-12pm PST

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