On The Benefits Of The Three-Act Screenplay Structure

Save the baby!

“Poor, poor three-act structure. So much to offer. So misunderstood”. Jennine Lanouette‘s article Save the baby! On the Benefits of the Three-Act Screenplay Structure is a first-class, badly needed statement on screenwriting.  It deals with the mental process of writing, the structure as a freeing tool and, the light and dark sides of the Save the Cat and the Hero Journey’s schools of thought. It includes a link to a History of the Three-Act Structure. Very valuable material.

More on Screenwriting? Please check Save the Movie! Is Blake Snyder to Blame?Screenwriting Tech, Best Screenwriting Books: Dmytryk’s ON SCREEN WRITING, Best Screenwriting Books: ESSENTIALS OF SCREENWRITING and Endings, amongst many other posts!

More on Film Structure? Check A History Of The Three-Act Structure, Best Screenwriting Books: ADVENTURES IN THE SCREEN TRADE, Best Screenwriting Books: McKee’s STORY (1), Best Screenwriting Books: INTO THE WOODS and Best Screenwriting Books: Field’s SCREENPLAY, amongst many other posts!

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