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Nyama Possessor
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"Pixar's 22 Rules For Storytelling" --- Definitely a creative and informative resource that can be used for, and applied to, Storytelling Magic:

https://www.storycubes.com/blog/pixar-s-......ytelling

Hope y'all get some inspiration from it.

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Also some the TED talks on story telling are very great to check out. They have one with the president of PIXAR. I suspect a lot of people interested in magic and storytelling already know about the TED talks.
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For many people the bible is "Story" by Robert McKee - but the Pixar list is interesting and a heck of a lot easier to digest.
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I might check that book out, thanks Balzar.
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Speaking of TED Talks on story-telling, this is another interesting one from an agent's point of view.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=al3-Kl4BDUQ
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On Jun 26, 2016, balzar wrote:
For many people the bible is "Story" by Robert McKee - but the Pixar list is interesting and a heck of a lot easier to digest.


Story by Robert McKee is incredible, it outlines the story's structure and elements so well, it change how I view stories and movies.
I never hear of the 22 rules, so thanks for posting it here.
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Not that the Pixar people said they were surprised their list had had such a success, when really it was a lot more like suggestions than rules or even guide lines.
Still, it's an excellent template IMHO, more than the overused (hence boring), strictly formatted, "Save the Cat"...
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