… just let him.
… just let him.
Yes, I won’t lie, I am quite proud on how the whole thing looks. We have a surprising number of backers and still going on full steam ahead.
Please share it and, well, just talk about it.
While we’re busy counting days until the Kickstarter launch for our short film it doesn’t hurt if we keep expanding our knowledge about film. Especially knowing the theme of our movie.
It will take you only twenty minutes but it will for sure – and we vouch for it! – leave you wiser and more educated.
From the first hand-painted frames (man they look stunning!) to the first digitally graded Coen brother’s film.
Feast your eyes kids!
We are now officially counting days to our Kickstarter campaign launch. In seven days we will be up and ready to fund our short film.
The Kicstarter video is ready and polished and it kind of turned into a short film for pitching a short film. Which is what our short film is all about. And that’s a lot of “short films” in two sentences. Continue reading “Commence countdown!”
The fact that this video is more than a year old doesn’t make it any less useful. As a matter of fact, for any of you short film screenwriters and directors out there, I’d say it’s a bit of a must-watch.
Three times Oscar awarded Film editor “master” Walter Murch (Apocalypse Now, English Patient) gives a lecture on his golden rules of editing.
While I’m on the journey to making my short film I’m trying to devour anything and everything I get on all aspects of filmmaking. There’s countless of advise out there; some of them useful, some of them self-propaganda and some of them that just want to rip you off. As much as I think Sorkin is a genius and as much as I love him I’m slowly starting to get cold shivers whenever he appears in every single browser tab I open. I know he has masterclasses, I checked the site and I’m pretty sure they kick ass. But can you please stop bombarding me. Continue reading “If you don’t read anything else about screenwriting just read this”
Whatever you do, do not try this at home. I am still recovering from all the bloody frame by frame work. Nope, there’s no shortcut here…