A History Of The Three-Act Structure

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If after reading Jennine Lanouette‘s Save the Baby! On the Benefits of the Three-Act Screenplay Structure you really want to go really deep into the subject, A History of the Three-Act Structure in Screentakes is just your thing.  Great stuff. But let me warn you: it does go deep…

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