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    Frequently Asked Questions

    A screenplay is the blueprint of the visuals that play out on screen. It is written in a format which helps its reader visualize exactly how every moment will play out.  Click here to know more.

    The 3 act structure in context toa story or screenplay can be broadly described as Setup, Conflict and Resolution. Click here to know more.

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    There are five important elements in a screenplay namely, Scene Headings, Action, Dialogue, Paranthesis and Transitions. Click here to know more.

    A logline is one or two sentences that describe your story. A good logline defines the central dramatic narrative of the story in an apt yet concise manner. Click here to know more.

    The step outline is a script without dialogues. It captures all the important story beats and plot movements.

    The treatment of your story is everything a producer needs to know to understand how the audio-visuals will be.

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