September 17, 2016Robert The Bruce Is Not The Main Character Of Braveheart
Asking dramatic questions from the Audience's point-of-view will always get you in trouble.
August 10, 2016Stalag 17 Recap: Dramatica Users Group
A rare look at a collective group Main Character Throughline in this Billy Wilder classic.
July 13, 2016Our Analysis Of Kramer vs. Kramer
While simple and sublime in its choice of thematic material, Kramer vs. Kramer reveals some key insights into how great stories work.
November 12, 2015Tying Main Character To Influence Character
Developing the most important relationship in a story.
The Crucial Element to Telling a Great Story
The most important part of any story exists at the intersection of the objective and subjective points-of-view within the narrative.
Finding Your Own Unique Voice When Writing for Nanowrimo
Learn how to connect your heart's deepest desires with the structure of your story to create a compelling and meaningful narrative.
Ex Machina: The Narrative Code Hidden Within the Machine
In order to unlock the thematic message locked deep inside a story, both Author and analyst must maintain an objective point-of-view.
Using Dramatica To Assess Narratives In The Real World
By understanding the structural and dynamic appreciations of narrative, the storytellers of today can be masters of their own destinies.
9 Steps Towards Telling Your Story
Create a framework of narrative around the events in your life and transform the inconsequential into something truly meaningful.
Star Trek: The Case For Writing A Screenplay With Dramatica
If it worked the first time, why change it up?