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Weekly Production Tip #15 – High Concept VS Low Concept

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Think and talk about your story like a pro by knowing about High Concept & Low Concept story types. One of the most useful things when writing screenplays is knowing what kind of story you’re trying to tell. Not only does it help crystallise the structure of the story in your own mind, it also […]

Cinema 2.0: Casting Hacks & Tips

Star casts define most mainstream movies. You know the name – you go and see the movie. Distributors won’t even look at your microcinema picture unless you have a recognizable star in it. What’s an enterprising micro-filmmaker to do? Make your film anyway — just don’t fall prey to the idea that you are going to […]

Art on the Internet: 10 GIF Artists to keep an eye on

Yes, GIFs, those things that are basically moving memes. The GIF has transformed a great deal over the years, and we can no longer roll our eyes at the thought of them as anything more than something that makes us giggle on Tumblr. GIF is an art form of the digital age, and something that […]

Weekly Production Tip #14 – Character Tools

3 simple, easy-to-use tools to breathe life into your characters. Last week, in Production Tip #13 – Character Traits, we talked about introducing individual traits to your characters to make them more believable and relatable. This week, we introduce another 3 character development tools: magnification, mirroring and teaching. Magnification: This is the blowing out of […]