Bobette Buster

Bobette is both a graduate of and Adj. Professor in the University of Southern California Peter Stark Producing Program, where she created the first MFA curriculum for Feature Film and Television Development, The Art and Craft of Cinematic Storytelling.

Now, her international lecture series, Deconstructing Master Filmmakers, has positioned her on the Guest Faculty of Pixar, Disney Animation, Disney Channel, Sony Animation, Twentieth Century Fox, the University of Milan, La Femis (Paris), Screen Training Ireland, North By Northwest (Denmark), The Sundance Institute Latin American Lab (Oaxaca) and Media Business School (Spain).

She is frequently requested to create guest lectures for diverse groups on such subjects as Story Physics, The History of Hollywood Economics, Hard-Wired for Wonder, The Uses of Enchantment, Violence in Entertainment, The Purpose of Happily Ever After, Hollywood Economics 101, Epiphany, and The Ten Stages of Transformation.

She is the author of DO STORY: How To Tell Your Story So The World Listens (Do Book Co., 2013).