USING VISUAL STORYTELLING, write a treatment (one-page max) of your story idea in prose form with a beginning, middle, and end—and in 3-act structure. You should have a clear, active character with a clear want and a clear setup. You should briefly describe the obstacles the character will come up against in increasing order of difficulty. You should include your character’s climatic action. And finally, the resolution: what happens when the character takes his final action. Remember that your final, 5-page script will contain approximately 12 to 15 scenes. Do not include dialogue. Remember: Character is action. Who the character is, what that chracter wants, is visible through the actions they take.