My screenplay for Man-child (the project I'm currently trying to get funded with your help!) is one of twenty scripts that will be participating in IFP's Emerging Narrative program a month from now. Put simply, Emerging Narrative is a program for screenwriters looking for a producer -- a situation that many screenwriters and writer/directors find themselves in. Whether you're participating in a program like Emerging Narrative or not, one way of helping producers better understand your project is to bring additional materials to the table besides your script. These materials might include a
Matt Yoka and Ty Segall have created some of the weirdest and most exciting pieces of music video since Spike Jonze and the Beastie Boys. Many filmmakers break onto the scene with a music video. For directors with a unique vision, like Spike Jonze and Michel Gondry, music videos are the perfect venue for expressing and testing out auteurship.
Hard or soft light? It's a simple choice with vastly different results. The folks at Aputure have just released a helpful video to ensure you get the basics down before going into any type of portrait shoot or interview.
Simon Staffans: "[...] I’m quite convinced that a well crafted story, standing on the foundation of a thoroughly thought-out and fleshed-out story world, filled with engaging points, calls to action, smaller arcs within the larger arcs… that such a story can accomplish almost anything you would want it to do, especially targeted in the right way and on the right media platforms to reach a well-researched target audience."
How do you ensure you’re getting beautiful footage that tells a story, without controlling any of the elements involved? That’s the challenge of being a documentary cinematographer — and with over 100 films between them, Martina Radwan and Nick Higgins have learned to thrive under that challenge. Listen to the No Film School Podcast to hear cutting edge strategies from two cinematographers at the top of their game:
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