Thursday, February 20, 2014

Upset the Applecart


I’ve heard a lot of talk recently from screenwriters who claim that structure and “rules” are too rigid and kill creativity. They argue that one should write whatever they feel, without regard to three acts or any other set of principles. To me, it’s a matter of semantics. I don’t think there are any “rules.” But there are age-old storytelling principles, and it would pay to know and employ them when it comes to writing film...

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