Amazon’s Storyteller Helps You Turn Your Script into a Storyboard
June 19th, 2013
You might be a budding writer with a script for what you think could be the next big thing in movies. But making the words leap out of the page and onto a storyboard is difficult if you don’t have the artistic skills to carry out your concept. The Storyteller tool that Amazon has just debuted is designed to help you out with this.
Bring your ideas and vision to life by clicking through the Storyteller’s various menus and adding pre-drawn and custom backgrounds, characters, props, and settings. This will help you sell your story and hopefully find a director or producer who’ll be willing to work on your film once they see what your concept is all about.
Amazon Studios director, Roy Price, explains why they came up with the tool: “We’ve found that many writers want to see their story up on its feet in visual form but find it harder than it should be to create a storyboard. Storyteller provides a digital backlot, acting troupe, prop department and assistant editor – everything you need to bring your story to life.”
Sounds neat, doesn’t it? You can try out Amazon Storyteller here.
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