Define the subject of your story by asking yourself whether the main characters in your story experience conflict as a result of a person,
place, or thing.
Define each main action sequence by describing the action that takes place, the location of the action, the characters involved, and the conflict.
write the scenes
Define the main characters by describing their physical appearance,
the way they interact with other characters, the role they play in
the story, and their family history.
Define the climax by describing the action sequence in which your
hero and villain have a final confrontation with each other. The
confrontation can be a physical and/or verbal battle.
Define the resolution by describing what happens to your main
characters after the climax.
Writing a comprehensive script treatment can help you outline your
screenplay. This outline will serve as a guide as you
in your screenplay.