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  • Writing Film & TV Writer
  • A place for feedback and sharing.
    Led by Kay Luke, an uncredited professional Hollywood writer and member of tvwriters.org.
    "The best critic is another writer. They always find a flaw!"
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    • Last updated May 12

Writing Film & TV

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    In the same way that movies have a three act structure, hour long TV shows generally use a five act structure. It’s basically the same but allows for more commercial breaks. Ideally, the audience is left with story-tension at the break every time, but, of...
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