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Amazon’s Storyteller Helps You Turn Your Script into a Storyboard

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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.┬áThe Storyteller tool that Amazon has just debuted is designed to help you out with this.

amazon_storyboard_1Bring 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.

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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.

[via Dvice]



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