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Episode 16: Jennifer’s body

Episode 16: Jennifer’s body

This week we look at Jennifer's Body, the 2009 teen horror comedy. And alas, this will be our last time together for a while: life has gotten way too busy for me lately, and something had to give. I hope you got something out of our time together: I know I have....

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More Michael Clayton

More Michael Clayton

This week, we stay with Michael Clayton and do a deep-dive analysis into two scenes from that terrific movie. This will be something a little different. Links: The Storylanes analysisThe script to the filmListen to the episode here And here is the script of this...

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More Michael Clayton

Episode 14: Michael Clayton

A Storylanes deep-dive analysis of Michael Clayton, the legal thriller from the mid-aughts. This one is often held up by pro screenwriters as one of the great recent scripts, and I whole-heartedly agree. Here's the links: The scriptThe Storylanes analysisListen to it...

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Episode 13: The Social Network

Episode 13: The Social Network

This episode we look at THE SOCIAL NETWORK, Aaron Sorkin's script about the rise of Facebook released in 2010. This won an Oscar for Best Adapted Screenplay. Here's the links: The scriptThe Storylanes analysisListen to the episode here And here's the script to this...

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Episode 12: Parasite

Episode 12: Parasite

This episode, we're looking at 2019's PARASITE, the first foreign-language film to win the Oscar for Best Picture. It also won an Oscar for Best Original Screenplay, among others. Here's the links: The screenplayThe Storylanes analysisListen to the podcast here And...

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The Storylanes Podcast gives a screenwriter’s point of view of the structure of the screenplay of movies and TV shows.  Each episode does a deep-dive analysis of one movie or show, examining how the story is structured and how al the elements come together to create the story.

Each episode also includes a chart of the scenes and other key elements of the script.  You’ll find those charts here, along with the scripts of the episodes themselves.