The Audio Epics Podcast

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An Audio DramaAudio Book and Fantasy podcast featuring Karim Kronfli
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Storytelling Point of View (part 2 of 2)
Storytelling Point of View (part 2 of 2)
Last week we discussed points of view of narration in novels. This week, we talk about point of view as it is used in video games and movies, where the camera takes on much the same role as the narrator in a book. We also talk about audio drama. Oh, and we almost get a divorce during this episode. By the way, if you don't play video games, you may want to skip to about 14 minutes into the podcast.    Mentioned in this episode: DoomWolfenstein 3DLara CroftBaldur's GateDiabloDivinityKnights of the Old RepublicKingdoms of AmalurFableDragon Age Mass EffectThe WitcherFalloutSkyrimOblivionE.T.Steven SpielbergThe New WorldThe StrangersAmélie PoulainMathildaThe Fairy TreeThe OwlfieldCamera Panda
Storytelling Point of View (part 1 of 2)
Storytelling Point of View (part 1 of 2)
"I remember it like it was yesterday..." or "A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away?" There are very different ways to tell a story and viewpoint is one of those technical things in writing that can have a huge impact even though the audience doesn't necessarily pay much attention to them. In this first part of our conversation, we explore the various viewpoints used in written fiction. Why use any one of these over the others? What makes them unique?   3rd person omniscient 3rd person limited 2nd person (choose your own adventure) 1st person reflective 1st person camera   Works mentioned in this episode: Narnia Harry Potter The Wheel of Time Dune The Stormlight Archive Moby Dick Dracula The Hunger Games The Da Vinci Code The Sixth Sense The Lovely Bones The Reckoners Trilogy The Love Tree How I Met Your Mother   People mentioned in this episode: C.S. Lewis Brandon Sanderson J.R.R. Tolkien Suzanne Collins J.K. Rowling Robert Jordan Frank Herbert Dan Brown Jos Vanderloo
Adaptations in storytelling - Storytelling podcast #9
Adaptations in storytelling - Storytelling podcast #9
Every medium has its own strengths and weaknesses to tell certain kinds of stories. In this episode, we discuss how adaptations into a different medium can work, how you could make a Tetris movie work and why Peter Jackson has to make the Witch Hunter movie. WARNING: there is an overabundance of The Lord of the Rings & The Hobbit in this episode. Mentioned in this episode: The Lord of the Rings (a LOT) The Hobbit (also a LOT) The Lego Movie The Lego Batman Movie Dune Arrival The Name of the Rose The Chronicles of Narnia The Shining The Mist Star Wars Tomb Raider Silent Hill Warcraft Knights of the Old Republic Mass Effect Skyrim Diablo Tetris Batman Man of Steel War of the Worlds Harry Potter Pirates of the Caribbean

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Started
Mar 5th, 2016
Latest Episode
Jan 17th, 2019
Release Period
Weekly
No. of Episodes
51
Avg. Episode Length
41 minutes

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