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Screenplays are made from sequences and their composite scenes. Understanding these fundamental building blocks of Screenplay Structure is a critical element in writing a successful script.
Through a detailed analysis of over 130 Classic and Contemporary screenplays across a broad spectrum of plot types and genres from 1941-Present, ScreenWriting Science identified a fundamental Scene-Sequence structure of successful feature films - the 19-Sequence Model. This structure, plus each film's story events and plot points, are captured in the Screenplay Sequence-Scene Structure Summaries.
"19 Sequence Model shows that almost all films follow the same pattern, whether it's science fiction, drama or comedy. This theory helped me unlock the Act 3 of a story I had been unable to resolve for months". - Ronald Shusett - Producer/Co-writer "Alien"and "Total Recall"
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Benefits of Using 19-Sequence Formula:
Facilitate building your initial script outline.
Sharpen story and plot pace, and correctly locate key plot points to engage readers and fulfil genre expectations.
Learn the unlocked secrets of what happens when in key movie genres and plot types.
Improve script marketability!
19-Sequence-Scene Summaries: structural breakdowns of successful screenplays from Alien to The Wizard of Oz.
See detailed analysis and structural breakdown of successful screenplays.
Understand the definition and role of Sequences and Scenes.
Understand the 19-Sequence Model as fundamental to the structure of screenplays across a broad spectrum of Genres, Stories and Plots.
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