In this podcast, I go into a deep thematic analysis of Logan and Dunkirk, and then begin the first in a series of conversations surrounding Captain America: Civil War. If you have ever been interested in how the Dramatica theory of story works and how you could use it to improve the quality of your storytelling to the level of these films, you will want to check out this episode.
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Show Notes & Links
- Narrative First Recent Updates - the latest in story structure and story analysis from a Dramatica point of view
- From Logline to Treatment free email course to help you start writing a great story
- My review of Logan deep thematic analysis using the Dramatica theory of story to explain why it’s so awesome
- The Throughlines of Dunkirk quick look at the Four Throughlines, well almost Four Throughlines of this great film
- You and I are Both Alike Video Montage the latest version of this key concept of narrative
- Learning Heroes vs. Teaching Heroes my article discussing a more accurate way to think of these two terms
- Dramatica Table of Story Elements download the PDF of Dramatica’s model of story
- Become a Narrative First Member and gain access to premium content like the Storyforming Videos mentioned in the podcast
- My review of Captain America: Civil War apparently the most controversial analysis of my entire career
- Sebastien deCastell read the Greatcoats series and the Spellslinger series. You’ll love them!
- The Captain America: Civil War discussion on Discuss Dramatica. Be prepared, it’s a long and intensive discussion, but you’ll learn a ton about how Dramatica works
- The Plot Sequence Report for Captain America: Civil War check out Dramatica's insane ability successfully predict the sequences of a narrative
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