Welcome to the Story Maps Screenwriting Podcast, brought to you by Daniel Calvisi, author of Story Maps: How to Write a GREAT Screenplay and Story Maps: TV Drama: The Structure of the One-Hour TV Pilot. Daniel created this podcast with William Robert Rich, originally to explore their mutual passion for the films of director Christopher Nolan, which resulted in their book, Story Maps: The Films of Christopher Nolan, the most exhaustive story analysis of Christopher Nolan’s biggest films you can find.
Then Dan teamed up with Steve Lam to talk about superhero movies.
But, alas, this podcast is no more. Or maybe it’s just on hold for now. Whatever the case, you can no longer stream the audio episodes on iTunes or elsewhere. 🙁
But don’t despair, a few still survive on Dan’s Youtube channel in a playlist titled “Superhero Movie Analysis and Discussions.”
All of the original links to the podcasts are kept in the sidebar for your perusal, as some of them contain hyperlinks to compelling content.
Good Luck and Happy Writing,
p.s. The best way to delve deep into the Story Map method of narrative construction and deconstruction is to read one of the Story Maps e-books, sold here in hi-res PDF format, which works on all platforms and readers:
Thanks for sharing this podcast. Great stuff.