TimeSpace in Screenwriting

If you adhere slavishly to traditional screenwriting structures, your writing may be formulaic and uninspired. Use the structures critically to learn how other writers have used the form and then find the method that best suits your creativity. However, if you are writing for a particular market, make sure you produce a product that those kind of producers will buy. If you get writers' block by thinking too deductively, then work on sequences, scenes and characters until a structure comes into place. If you prefer to blueprint it before filling in details, then map out a structure, using the following guidelines to follow or rebel against:

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