Second, it's the director's job to instruct an actor on how to deliver a line, and everyone knows not to encroach on the director's turf! This is where we get to the importance of structure in scriptwriting.
Also less commonly known as direction, visual exposition, blackstuff, description or scene direction. Let's take a look at what a screenplay's structure looks like.
Resolution: The issues of the story are resolved. Showdown: About midway through Act 3, the Protagonist will confront the Main Problem of the story and either overcome it, or come to a tragic end. Unlike a novel or short storya screenplay focuses on describing the literal, visual aspects of the story, rather than on the internal thoughts of its characters.
As a screenwriter, you must show what's happening in a story, rather than tell.