Friday, April 15, 2011

Screenwriting Bullet #10

What is foreshadowing?

Foreshadowing is often a crucial form of exposition. At its most basic, it sets-up seemingly innocuous moments or plot details that get a significant pay-off later in the story. You may want to check out Chekhov’s Gun for further clarification.

Full blog post on foreshadowing here.

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