Growing older doesn’t necessarily mean growing wiser. But as I do, I learned more of being contented in my own skin, in my abilities and accepted my frailties with grace. Continue reading
To write a story is hard…to do an exceptional way of doing it takes a lot of talent and practice. Pixar started out as an animation studio and became the most interesting storyteller of our generation. From the first Toy Story, their films got better and better. My personal favorites are of course Finding Nemo and the Incredibles.
These set of rules are by far, the most innovative. It makes you rethink how you could write a better story with unforgettable characters who have a lot of flaws, yet came out as winners in the end. Rule #12 says it well:
"Discount the first thing that comes to mind. And the 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th get the obvious out of the way. Surprise yourself."
Yes, there’s still a lot of plus points for those much needed happy endings and ever afters.
- FUN FACT: For Finding Nemo The Entire Pixar Staff Was Required to Learn Fish Biology (critiquethatfilm.com)
- Business Intelligence According to the Pixar Model (domo.com)
- 5 Writing Rules I’ve Learned from Pixar (wordservewatercooler.com)