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The Next Chapter in Story Development
The Next Chapter in Story Development

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Here's the video for our analysis of Midnight Cowboy. Brand new camera so hopefully things will be a little clearer (and a little wider!). I can rotate the camera now too when Chris goes to talk about the Table of Story Elements so that should help people better visualize what is going on.

Of course, Google still has not fixed the Screenshare bug, so the last 15 minutes or so are in complete darkness. Audio is there.
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Google+, not content with owning our thermostats and smoke alarms, once again changed things around with Google+ Hangouts. Our apologies if you weren't invited properly.

This one was a quickie -- the storyform was beyond obvious and proved to be quite strong (many examples).
Watch as Dramatica co-creator Chris Huntley leads an analysis of 2008's Miss Pettigrew Lives for a Day.

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Watch as Dramatica co-creator Chris Huntley leads an analysis of 2008's Miss Pettigrew Lives for a Day.
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Creation takes center stage tonight as we'll put aside our analysis hats and work collaboratively to create a unique and intriguing story. This event will be broadcast live.
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Last night's analysis of A Place in the Sun. While there was some discussion as to whether or not it fulfilled the Dramatica definition of a Grand Argument Story, a reasonably close storyform was found for this 1951 classic.
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