Daniel P. Calvisi is a story analyst, speaker, screenwriter and the author of Story Maps: How to Write a GREAT Screenplay, Story Maps: TV Drama, Story Maps: 12 Great Screenplays, and Story Maps: The Films of Christopher Nolan. He is a former Story Analyst for major studios like Twentieth Century Fox, Miramax Films and New Line Cinema.
He coaches writers, teaches webinars on writing for film and television with The Writers Store and speaks at writing conferences about story structure, 30-minute and 1-hour television, mythological storytelling, Oscar-winning films, blockbusters, superhero movies, how to beat the reader, the voice of the screenwriter and breaking into Hollywood.
He holds a degree in Film and Television from the Tisch School of the Arts at New York University. He lives in Los Angeles. To learn more about Story Maps and how you can work with Dan, visit ActFourScreenplays.com.