Script Write Tutorial 03

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Protagonist –ACTION and PLAN
Protagonist - Secondary Archetype
Antagonist – ACTION and PLAN, 2nd Archetype
Mentor, Apprentice, others?
Archetypal Characteristics, Cross-cultural Archetypes

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  • This is the session for whole-of-group project updates and check-ins. Refer to the Teams doc on the BB site to see who is the Team Leader (TL) of the relevant teams.

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  • 1. SCME 2071 Introduction to Script Writing Tutorial Three The Jester
  • 2. Schedule • 2:00-2:15 Roll call • 2:15-2:45 Protagonist –ACTION and PLAN • 2:45-3:30 Protagonist - Secondary Archetype • 3:30-3:45 Antagonist – ACTION and PLAN, 2nd Archetype • 3:45-4:45 Mentor, Apprentice, others? • 4:45-5:00 Share one paragraph for comments
  • 3. Archetype The original pattern or model of which all things of the same type are representations / copies
  • 4. Collective Unconscious “The part of the unconscious mind that comes from ancestral memory and experience and is common to all” (Carl Jung).
  • 5. Collective Unconscious Personal Conscious Personal Unconscious Collective unconscious
  • 6. Protagonist – Action & Plan What are your protagonist’s actions and plan? The Jester
  • 7. Protagonist – Secondary archetype
  • 8. Antagonist – Action & Plan What are your Antagonist’s action, plan and 2nd Archetype? The Sage
  • 9. The Mentor • Someone who helps the hero along the way, or calls the hero to action, • Helps the hero learn • Acts as a catalyst. • The mentor often spurs the hero’s moral development; particularly if the hero is reluctant. • Can be the conscience of the hero.
  • 10. The Apprentice • Often described as the ‘side kick’. • This figure can help the hero in very much the same way as the mentor. • He both teaches and learns from the hero. • Sometimes the apprentice is the mentor.
  • 11. Writing time 1) Which archetype do your main characters match? Make a list. 2) How would you change your character to better emphasise their archetypal nature? Name one possible detail change that COULD be made for each character
  • 12. References C. Jung – Archetypal Characteristics http://dndenbgndenyrndan.blogspot.hk/p/cjung-archetypal-characteristics.html Archetype image http://www.cormackcarr.com/2009/08/22/icons-allies-and-archetypes/ Cross-cultural Archetypes http://www.slideshare.net/guest5f31230/cross-cultural-archetypespresentation?utm_source=slideshow03&utm_medium=ssemail&utm_campaign=share_sli deshow The Apprentice image http://furiousfanboys.com/2010/10/10-of-the-best-scifi-sidekicks/ The Mentor image http://bonniematildapryce.blogspot.hk/2010/05/narratives-and-archetypesmythologies.html The Sage image spiritofmaat.com