The Crucial Element to Telling a Great Story
In this, our final episode of the 2016 season, we discuss the most important part of any story--the intersection of the objective and subjective points-of-view.
Finding Your Own Unique Voice When Writing for Nanowrimo
In this episode, we show you how to take that burning desire within your heart to be heard and apply it to a concrete and solid story structure.
Finding Inspiration for Nanowrimo Within a Great Story
In this episode, we learn how to use the storyform from an inspiring narrative to help define the structure of your own.
Trolls, Hacksaw Ridge, and Brainstorming a Brand New Genre
In this episode we create a brand new category of story by combining Gist Collections from two different Genres.
Captain Fantastic and Creating a Story from Scratch for Nanowrimo
In this episode we show how you can come up with a compelling and meaningful story in less than two hours using Dramatica's powerful brainstorming tools.
Discovering the Hidden Code Within a Great Story
In this episode we take you step-by-step through a deep thematic analysis of The Dark Horse--a tremendous independent film out of New Zealand.
How to Analyze a Narrative with Dramatica
In this episode not only do we cover how to successfully analyze a story with Dramatica, but we also look into four different kinds of scenes found in the psycho-technological thriller Ex Machina.
Ex Machina Mea Culpa
Our original analysis of Ex Machina relied on subjective interpretation and proved faulty. This updated analysis clears up those issues by taking an objective point-of-view of the film's narrative.
An Introduction to Scene Construction with Dramatica
In this episode we begin our discussion of deep thematic scene structure through the lens of the Dramatica theory of story.