Wed, 14 August 2013
But examples are not enough. You need to get your feet wet in the pool of plot points (I just awarded myself 10 cheesy metaphor points). Here’s how: on Thursday, I usually post the events of blockbuster movies from all genres. Click here for an find an archive of plot points. Take my list of plot points, and write down each plot point onto an index card.
Divide these index cards into columns so that the last card in every column is either a major turning point or an Act break. If you do this regularly, you should develop an intuition for screenplay structure that will make plotting your own screenplays and writing a script outline 10 times easier.
What do you think? If you were writing a TV movie based on Charlie Sheen, what would your script outline look like?
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