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    • Week 9 Fall 2013 ANIM 30102 Storyboarding Advanced Story Structure
    • Stanley Kubrick George Lucas George Miller The Wachowskis James Cameron
    • Joseph Campbell
    • The Hero with a Thousand Faces
    • The Monomyth
    • “The latest incarnation of Oedipus, the continued romance of Beauty and the Beast, stand this afternoon on the corner of Forty-Second and Fifth Avenue, waiting for the light to change.” Campbell
    • Freud: the personal and historical. Jung: the transpersonal and the mythological.
    • “Mythological symbols touch and exhilarate centers of life beyond the reach of vocabularies of reason or coercion.”
    • Hero Mentor Threshold Guardian Herald Shapeshifter Shadow Trickster
    • The 12 Stages of The Hero's Journey
    • 1. Ordinary World This is where the Hero's exists before his present story begins, oblivious of the adventures to come.
    • 2. Call To Adventure The Hero's adventure begins when he receives a call to action, such as a direct threat to his safety, his family, his way of life or to the peace of the community in which he lives.
    • 3. Refusal Of The Call Although the Hero may be eager to accept the quest, at this stage he will have fears that need overcoming.
    • 4. Meeting The Mentor At this crucial turning point where the Hero desperately needs guidance he meets a mentor figure who gives him something he needs.
    • 5. Crossing The Threshold The Hero is now ready to act upon his call to adventure and truly begin his quest, whether it be physical, spiritual or emotional.
    • 6. Tests, Allies, Enemies Now finally out of his comfort zone the Hero is confronted with an ever more difficult series of challenges that test him in a variety of ways.
    • 7. Approach To The Inmost Cave The inmost cave may represent many things in the Hero's story such as an actual location in which lies a terrible danger or an inner conflict which up until now the Hero has not had to face.
    • 8. Ordeal The Supreme Ordeal may be a dangerous physical test or a deep inner crisis that the Hero must face in order to survive or for the world in which the Hero lives to continue to exist.
    • 9. Reward (Seizing The Sword) After defeating the enemy, surviving death and finally overcoming his greatest personal challenge, the Hero is ultimately transformed into a new state, emerging from battle as a stronger person and often with a prize.
    • 10. The Road Back This stage in the Hero's journey represents a reverse echo of the Call to Adventure in which the Hero had to cross the first threshold.
    • 11. Resurrection This is the climax in which the Hero must have his final and most dangerous encounter with death.
    • 12. Return With The Elixir This is the final stage of the Hero's journey in which he returns home to his Ordinary World a changed man.
    • The 12 Stages of The Hero's Journey
    • “Primarily, you want the audience to follow what’s going on, but it also has to be exciting and to my mind, it has to have a point. It has to move the narrative forward; otherwise, it is just meaningless action and that gets boring pretty quick.” Lee Smith, editor Dark Knight Trilogy
    • The Power of Myth Bill Moyers
    • The Writer’s Journey Christopher Vogler