Most of the writers are known to use the three act structure quite a lot because it is the one which guides them when they are writing various screenplays and movies for their audience. For so many years this style has been used by experienced writers and even the ones who are coming up and the best thing about it is that, it has really evolved but the setting never changes. This style of writing is all about writing your play, and you are supposed to do it in three parts, the start of the story, the middle part and then the ending. The first act is known to involve the setup whereby all significant characters of a story are introduced to the audience. When you are introducing the characters to your audience you need to focus on making sure that your audience are having a clue of what the story is talking about. It is the work of a writer to make sure that they introduce a character or an issue which will later on make the audience to be more interested so that they can continue watching it. This can happen if you as a writer you will make sure that you will bring up an interesting scene which will either shock or be bring out the excitement in your audience so that they can be eager to continue watching.
The middle part of the story usually talks about many things and it is the middle but of the first act and the last act. The screenwriter usually develops a strong narrative, this part is known to be very challenging for a writer because they have already introduced the characters to the audience. They should ensure that they work to capture the attention of the audience even more while still moving ahead with the storytelling. As a writer one needs to find different guidelines that they can use in order to make the story even more appealing to their audience. This can be done by detailing subplots in the story, the subplot may not be that relevant to the main plot but it should connect with a theme and be significant to the entire narratives. At the second part of the characters develop and their roles become even much more stronger and interesting as the story continues and then that is when the writer should immediately start the third part of the act.
The third act is usually the final one, and it tends to be a little bit shorter, and it includes the conflict resolution. This act is mainly about disagreements between the protagonist and their antagonists. The writer ensures that the fill up all the loose ends that might have been there on the second act and then they can, later on, end the story.