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The three-act structure has long been the standard for storytellers — but bending the rules can lead to exceptionally cool results. The principles of the three-act structure have been employed by storytellers for ages. In the early 20th century, filmmakers adopted the three-act structure to develop compelling stories for their burgeoning art form....

The Arbor and The Visual Act In Documentary Film Top Image: "The Arbor" Dir. Clio Barnard (2011) Within the last decade the documentary film structure has seen a shift from the traditional structure to one that gravitates towards the use of fictional film techniques. One such film that...

Realism and Fiction: The Challenge of Fiction in a Factual Documentary World   The documentation of life through a lens has been an ongoing form of story telling since the late 1800’s. And it is the documentary film, or actuality film that can be credited as being the...