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3 Storytelling Lessons from Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace

Jar Jar Binks …. pod racing … there are a lot of reasons to not watch this movie, but is there anything it can teach us about storytelling? 1. Every character needs a role People hate Jar Jar Binks. That’s […]

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Using All Five Senses in Your Story: Why You Should Do It, and How

Writing and storytelling are two sides of the same coin, and one usually needs to be skilled in both to create a great story. If your prose is not engaging, your story may not be enough to maintain your reader’s […]

1 Storytelling Lesson from STAR WARS EPISODE VI: RETURN OF THE JEDI | Analysing other stories can help you develop your own storytelling skills. What storytelling lessons can we learn from STAR WARS EPISODE VI: RETURN OF THE JEDI?

1 Storytelling Lesson from Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi

I’m by no means trying to suggest that Return of the Jedi is the episode of the Original Trilogy that is closest to perfection, but the biggest flaw with this movie is that the plot stalls in the middle, but what […]

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