Why is slow storytelling back?
9 Jun 2021
Why is slow storytelling back?

With more time on their hands during the pandemic, Americans sought out slower forms of storytelling to sate their entertainment needs. Yet while extra screen time is part of the reason why such narratives are taking off on TV and in film, what other factors are drawing audiences in?

Amy Morin

Amy Morin is a psychotherapist and the editor-in-chief of Verywell Mind.

Neil Senturia

Neil Senturia is a former screenwriter turned entrepreneur. He is the CEO of Blackbird Ventures, which focuses on very early-stage companies. He is a professor, author, and columnist for the San Diego Union-Tribune.

Zach Wortzman

Zach Wortzman is from Toronto.His background is in history and politics and his since been writing in and about the movies.