Saturday, June 06, 2009

The Many Ways of Story-Telling

del Toro: We are used to thinking of stories in a linear way—act one, act two, act three. We're still on the Aristotelian model. What the digital approach allows you to do is take a tangential and nonlinear model and use it to expand the world. For example: If you're following Leo Bloom from Ulysses on a certain day and he crosses a street, you can abandon him and follow someone else.

Read the rest of Wired's interview with director Guillermo del Toro on the future of film.

1 comment:

starbadger said...

When did you write Stalin's Ghost