I would say use the 28 "Magic" scenes as chapters for a novel but for a screenplay I would use the 28 scenes. I question calling these scenes. It seems it would be better for screen writing to call these 28 sequences. Of course, this is just my opinion but I would say a screenplay is closer to 48 scenes or so and for Dramatica one would use scenes to make 28 sequences in 4 signposts with a journey from one signpost to the next (3 journeys) within each of the four through-lines. 4 signposts + 3 journeys = 7 sequences. 7 sequences in each through-line = 28 sequences. I hope Chris or someone with more authority chimes in. This is just my 2 cents.Story Structure
: beat, scene, sequence, act, story.
from screen writing science http://screenwritingscience.com/sequenc ... finitions/
SEQUENCE: 'A scene, or a series of connected scenes, that present a succession of related events that constitute and advance a distinct component of the story narrative, plot and/or character development'.
In the case of Dramatica a "distinct component of the story" would be a SIGNPOST or a JOURNEY in each THROUGH-LINE.
Check out the screen writing science page above. It uses "On the Waterfront" to illustrate. It is good.