Star Wars VII trailer: Storytelling & the invisible structure

 

The great Watch__TEDxTokyo_-_Garr_Reynolds_-_Lessons_from_the_Bamboo_-__English___Video_at_TEDxTalksthing about living here in the future is that you can say things like “I was hanging out with a friend of mine who lives in Japan last night…”

No! It’s totally true, I was. My buddy, Presentation Zen master Garr Reynolds, and I had some things to discuss for an event we were planning so we fired up Skype for a video chat.

And of course we quickly got off the planning the conference stuff and drifted fully into how we were both looking forward to the new Star Wars: The Force Awakens film coming out in December of this year.  Somehow this conversation, no real surprise, went on longer than the business that had brought us “face to face” that evening.

There was the typical old-guy talk with stories about how we had seen the films originally as kids, and now introducing our children to the original trilogy. Garr does a great Yoda impression. But then he mentioned an article he wrote back in May about Storytelling & the invisible structure gleaned from some videos by Father Roderick.  I’m not going to try to explain Fr. Roderick, you have to check him out for yourself.  But he captured a bunch of joy of Star Wars and at the same time laid down some really cool lessons about storytelling and structure.

Oh? You haven’t seen the trailer?  Well, wait no more.

And now read all about storytelling and the invisible structure:
Star Wars VII trailer: Storytelling & the invisible structure

September 25, 2015 11:11 am

-Ric Bretschneider

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