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You read that great article about connecting with an agent, or perhaps it was a cool technique for writing a query letter, but for the life of you, you simply can't remember where you read it. Well, there is a good chance you can find it right here withoug having to hunt and peck across the internet. All the articles on screenwriting and the movers and shakers of Hollwood featured on The Screenwriter's Journey have been archived for future reference.

You'll find the most recent articles on the main news page with this season's past articles archived at the bottom of the page. Previous seasons' articles are archived here.

So whether you're looking for the latest news from Hollywood and scouring for that scrap of info that will take your screenplay to the next level, you'll most likely find it tucked away in the archive where the news never fades, it just gets filed away.

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From Script Reader Pro

How To Master Screenplay Structure Using Sequences
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Traditional three-act screenplay structure goes like this: a protagonist is landed with a problem in Act 1, attempts to solve it in Act 2, and fails or succeeds in Act 3. What’s wrong with it? It’s too broad and it’s too vague. There’s actually much more going on in screenplay structure than just three big acts, and that’s what this ultimate guide is all about.

The Journey: Season 4 Archived Articles - Sept. 2018 - Feb. 2019

 
On Writing               On Marketing             On the Industry       Writer Interviews

The Journey: Season 3 Archived Articles - Sept. 2017 - Aug. 2018

 
On Writing               On Marketing             On the Industry

The Journey: Season 2 Archived Articles - Sept. 2016 - Aug. 2017

 
On Writing               On Marketing             On the Industry          Writer Interviews

The Journey: Season 1 Archived Articles - Sept. 2015 - Aug. 2016

 
On Writing               On Marketing          On Screenplay Services
 
Writer Interviews    On the Industry      On Legal Issuses & Copyright

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