Good versus evil can be a hell of a lot of fun…when it isn’t in real life. This video by Daniel Whidden gives us a quick insight into how to set up the kind of conflict that
sells gets viewers to the edge of their chairs.
(EDITOR’S NOTE: Sorry, my leetle babushka of a minion, but I had to change that second sentence above because nobody knows what %$#! sells. Yer Friendly Neighborhood Munchman.)
Villains play an integral role in storytelling. In this video essay, I look at how the ideologies of heroes and villains clash to create great stories.
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