How To Confront The Unforgiving Nature Of Third Acts

My early training was as a playwright. Although most plays over the last forty years are two acts, historically plays were three acts. One of the first rules I learned was that if there were problems in Act 3 it meant that the real problem was in Act I. by D.B. Gilles Since the 3 Act Structure is what most …

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[Video]: Scorsese Contemplates Cinema

‘I’ve experienced so much cinema, and it’s meant so much to me… it was the way that I experienced certain emotions and ideas that couldn’t be expressed otherwise.’ ‘There’s no way that I could ever compare a movie of mine to the films that formed me… people say you’re a master at times… but the beauty of it is that …