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Joe Dzikiewicz
Film ReviewsTV & FilmTV Reviews

If you want to know about screenwriting, the first thing most people will tell you is this: Read screenplays. Lots of screenplays. And analyze them. I want to know about screenwriting, so I read a whole bunch of screenplays. And to force myself to dive a little deeper, I decided to share my analysis with the world. Thus the Storylanes Podcast. Every episode, I do a deep dive into some screenplay. I look at how it is structured, at how the pieces fit together, and at what makes it special. And I look at how closely each screenplay follows some of the more popular screenwriting models, things like three act structure, Save the Cat, and the Hero’s Journey. (And spoiler warning: a lot of great movies follow those models, but a lot don’t too.) And because I’m a computer-geek by trade, I developed a tool to help me analyze the screenplays. I use it to produce a chart that maps key elements of the screenplay. You can find each of these charts here at I’ve learned a lot... more


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5 out of 5 stars from 4 ratings
  • Great presentation of interesting info

    Joe does a great job of analyzing scripts and connecting to the films. Very useful for screenwriters and film fans.

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    Froggy the Gremlin
    United States3 years ago

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