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write for eye,
write for ear

  Brahmanto Anindito
    SAM Design
World has been changing ….
1.   Publications and publishers accept e-
     submissions.
2.   Writers have to brand, market...
Who pays the writer?



                         Production
               Company
                           House




  ...
Eye (text)



   Eye                       Ear
(pictorial)



                 Eye & ear
How to write for eye


Make it concise.


   Use variation, repetition is
   boring.

      Proper sentence for narration,...
But, nobody wants to publish my work!


1. Publish on your own blog (Google AdSense, paid review,
   advertisement, etc.)
...
How to
make an
e-book    Document   Cover   CONVERT
How to
publish
in Lulu   Cover   Option   Files   Design   Review
Writing Competitions
            • Dewan Kesenian Jakarta (Indonesia)
Indonesia   • Dkj.or.id

            • Prix de Jeune...
How to write for ear

      Transform messages into
      words that can be heard.


          Use simple & easy words.


...
Story & script by Brahmanto Anindito, executed by SAM Design
How to write for eye and ear

          Transform messages into
          words that can be seen.


             Use simpl...
Trend Predicting
     Moment


     Rating


     Brainstorm


     Watch the trend outside
Triangle
  System




READ : www.warungfiksi.net/sebelum-menekuni-jalur-film
Program Design for producer
       logline   synopsis    location




        theme    viewer       format




        gen...
Story & script by Brahmanto Anindito, executed by G Production
genre = category of artistic works


                         Is not exact




                                           ...
Action?      Sci-fi?




Fantasy?   Adventure?
However, genre is still worth to learn


  It helps us understand the general
concept of a story, including its logic
ACTION


 Designed to excite us
  with physical
  performance.
 The characters involve
  in physical stunts,
  chases, n...
DRAMA


 Designed to portray
  realistic characters and
  life situations.
 It could be about
  family, romantic,
  biog...
FANTASY

 Designed to take us to
  netherworld where
  things run differently
  from the real life.
 It may include scie...
COMEDY


 Designed to provoke
  laughter by
  exaggerating the
  situation, language,
  action, and characters.
 It coul...
HORROR


 Designed to frighten
  and invoke our hidden
  worst fear.
 It may deals with
  ghosts, aliens,
  monsters, ca...
THRILLER / SUSPENSE



 Design to thrill us.
 You’ll find intense
  excitement, a high
  level of anticipation,
  anxiet...
MYSTERY



 Design to reveal the
  unsolved felony.
 It’s all about whodunit,
  and sometimes
  whydunit too.
General Tips

     • Consistency                        • Knowledge
     • Passion                            • Imitate


...
Choice the point of view
           1. First person
           2. Third person subjective
           3. Third person objec...
Who’s person
                     in charge?




                                     Ask criteria of
Packaging
          ...
Resources

  WritersDigest.com
   1. Useful articles about writing
   2. Forum.
   3. Brain games (it’s fun!)

  RumahDuni...
THANK YOU!
    Slide & presentation
  BRAHMANTO ANINDITO
  brahm@warungfiksi.net


       Picture sources
SXC.hu & Raul Cr...
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  1. 1. write for eye, write for ear Brahmanto Anindito SAM Design
  2. 2. World has been changing …. 1. Publications and publishers accept e- submissions. 2. Writers have to brand, market and promote themselves. 3. Personal webs make it easier to develop an audience. 4. Print media have to adjust to the internet. 5. Publications and broadcasters are relying more on freelancers. 6. More online tools to help writers research. 7. Social media offers easy ways to network professionally. 8. Companies count on great content to attract new customers and sell products.
  3. 3. Who pays the writer? Production Company House Media Et Cetera
  4. 4. Eye (text) Eye Ear (pictorial) Eye & ear
  5. 5. How to write for eye Make it concise. Use variation, repetition is boring. Proper sentence for narration, realistic sentence for dialog. Must flow smoothly. Use cliff hangers.
  6. 6. But, nobody wants to publish my work! 1. Publish on your own blog (Google AdSense, paid review, advertisement, etc.) 2. Self publish, sell it yourself. 3. Self publish, sell it in Lulu.com, Spotbit.com, Amazon.com, etc. So, it’s not “is there any publisher suits my work”? It’s … “do you have any work”?
  7. 7. How to make an e-book Document Cover CONVERT
  8. 8. How to publish in Lulu Cover Option Files Design Review
  9. 9. Writing Competitions • Dewan Kesenian Jakarta (Indonesia) Indonesia • Dkj.or.id • Prix de Jeune Ecrivain (Francophonie) France • Pjef.net • Writer’s Digest Annual Competition (Int’l) US • Writersdigest.com/competitions • Many more Else • Google.com
  10. 10. How to write for ear Transform messages into words that can be heard. Use simple & easy words. Make the dialog convincingly. Explain situation and person in detail. READ : www.warungfiksi.net/fastest-way-to-write-a-realistic-dialogue
  11. 11. Story & script by Brahmanto Anindito, executed by SAM Design
  12. 12. How to write for eye and ear Transform messages into words that can be seen. Use simple & easy words. Make the dialog convincingly. Explain situation and person in detail.
  13. 13. Trend Predicting Moment Rating Brainstorm Watch the trend outside
  14. 14. Triangle System READ : www.warungfiksi.net/sebelum-menekuni-jalur-film
  15. 15. Program Design for producer logline synopsis location theme viewer format genre duration Characters
  16. 16. Story & script by Brahmanto Anindito, executed by G Production
  17. 17. genre = category of artistic works Is not exact Many Many hybrids Interpretations Many subgenres
  18. 18. Action? Sci-fi? Fantasy? Adventure?
  19. 19. However, genre is still worth to learn It helps us understand the general concept of a story, including its logic
  20. 20. ACTION  Designed to excite us with physical performance.  The characters involve in physical stunts, chases, nonstop motion, adventures.
  21. 21. DRAMA  Designed to portray realistic characters and life situations.  It could be about family, romantic, biographic.
  22. 22. FANTASY  Designed to take us to netherworld where things run differently from the real life.  It may include science fiction, magic, myth, surrealism, witch world, wonder, and the extraordinary.
  23. 23. COMEDY  Designed to provoke laughter by exaggerating the situation, language, action, and characters.  It could be slapstick, parodies, screwball.
  24. 24. HORROR  Designed to frighten and invoke our hidden worst fear.  It may deals with ghosts, aliens, monsters, cannibal tribes, and so on.
  25. 25. THRILLER / SUSPENSE  Design to thrill us.  You’ll find intense excitement, a high level of anticipation, anxiety, etc. READ: warungfiksi.net/beda-thriller-dan-misteri-dalam-5w-1h
  26. 26. MYSTERY  Design to reveal the unsolved felony.  It’s all about whodunit, and sometimes whydunit too.
  27. 27. General Tips • Consistency • Knowledge • Passion • Imitate WRITE READ FOCUS REPUTATION • Specialist • Blog • Not • Other generalist media
  28. 28. Choice the point of view 1. First person 2. Third person subjective 3. Third person objective Answer this cynicism 1. So what? 2. Oh yeah? 3. Huh?
  29. 29. Who’s person in charge? Ask criteria of Packaging wished work freelancing what to do Finish the Knowing the work trend
  30. 30. Resources WritersDigest.com 1. Useful articles about writing 2. Forum. 3. Brain games (it’s fun!) RumahDunia.net 1. Useful articles about TV and novel writing 2. Writing as charity. WarungFiksi.net 1. List of Indonesian media and publishers 2. List of Indonesian widescreen movies 3. International writer’s market (they who accept online submission).
  31. 31. THANK YOU! Slide & presentation BRAHMANTO ANINDITO brahm@warungfiksi.net Picture sources SXC.hu & Raul Cruz (on cover) Supported by:
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