A storyboard is a sequence of illustrations or images used as a blueprint to pre-visualize your video production, down to shot types and composition. But why is it essential when your script already acts as a layout of the final product?
People want to hear goodstories. Certainly, stories can be told in many different ways, but it’s how it’s told that makes it engaging and it needs to work well with the medium in which it’s presented. So how can we do that? What is the best story structure to follow to build tension and actually tell the story?