The pilot episode of House of the Dragon is a great example of how to make a complex story with many characters easy to understand.
When Bunk confronts Omar on The Wire, their argument is the perfect example of a scene that works on all 3 storytelling levels.
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How specific writing, filming, and editing choices turned this story about chess and addiction into a masterclass in visual storytelling.
The ensemble cast of Black Sails proves that writing complex characters in pursuit of opposing goals creates highly compelling storytelling.
Cobra Kai’s pilot episode shows why every villain thinks he’s the hero of his own story… and why he’s also his own worst enemy.
From Lost to Game of Thrones to The Rise of Skywalker, the “mystery box” style of storytelling is coming up short. Here’s why — and how to fix it.
The final episode of Game of Thrones leaves no one entirely happy… and that’s exactly the way it should be.
In the penultimate Game of Thrones episode “The Bells,” the show explores the ugly side of war, power, and consequences — but is it good storytelling?
In “The Long Night,” Game of Thrones — a story built on unpredictability, mystery, and sacrifice — has now completely diverged from what made it great.