What makes a film work well? What makes a character believable?
In this area you will find links to information about those key
aspects of films and film making that many experts would deem
to be essential.
Four Conditions Essential To Any Drama
In this section you will find information about those elements of character and
plot that must be present in order for a film to engage a viewer.
Types of Central Conflict
In this section you will find information about basic types of central conflicts.
Organization of The Cause To Effect Plot
In this section you will find information about the structure of one of the most basic
types of plots, the cause to effect plot.
Twyman's Lock and Dam Theory of Plot Development
In this section you will find your instructors theory about how plots and action
develop in most films.
Willing Suspension of Disbelief
In this section you will find an explanation of the term willing suspension of
disbelief and of its importance in film making.