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I wrote this blog post way back in 2012 when Andy Murray first made it to the Wimbledon finals - and lost. Of course, he's now become a household name and is ranked #3 in the world - an amazing achievemnt. Andy Murray was just 5 years old when I started Raindance in 1992. In […]
Here are ten tips, tricks and ideas to consider when setting out to make your own personal DIY cinema. Consider these options to shoot your best Cinema 2.0 film. 1: SHOT LIST EVERYTHING. STORYBOARDS DON'T HELP MOST MICROBUDGET PRODUCTIONS. Shot lists are an easier and more adaptable way to work in smaller microcinema productions. You run […]
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In a curious departure from dramatic and narrative screenwriting classes, Raindance has invited the well known Graphic novelist Tony Lee to present a one-day Introduction To Writing For Graphic Novels class at Raindance. We sat down with Tony to ask him how a screenwriter could possibly benefit from writing a graphic novel or comic. RAINDANCE: […]
At the end of 2013, I quit my job and took the plunge into screenwriting. Since then, I’ve written four feature specs and a few short films. While I’ve yet to to receive an option or commission, I have picked up a few tricks which help save time and money – two very valuable commodities […]