Tag Archive: screenwriting

The Ballad of Buster Scruggs and lessons in passivity


Movie anthologies present a unique challenge in storytelling. It is generally expected in character driven narratives that a protagonist will face a series of challenges that forces them to learn and change and… Continue reading

The fundamentals of storytelling and how ‘Doctor Who: The Tsuranga Conundrum’ fails to incorporate them


Tonight Doctor Who gave us The Tsuranga Conundrum. It stands out from every episode aired so far this series in one main regard: it’s bad and doesn’t function on any level. As usual… Continue reading

The Force Awakens and Character


It goes without saying that I will be delving into spoiler territory in this article. So if you’re one of the four people who has yet to seen The Force Awakens, I would… Continue reading