Film making involves a number of discrete stages including an initial story, idea, or commission, through script writing, casting, shooting, editing, and screening the finished product before an audience that may result in a film release and exhibition. Film making takes place in many places around the world in a range of economic, social, and political contexts, and using a variety of technologies and cinematic techniques. Typically, it involves a large number of people, and can take from a few months to several years to complete.
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- Secrets to develop a killer concept- What makes a killer idea? When does a producer know they have one and how can the concept be fully realized for success? Coming across an idea, I always think about who would come to see it on Day One and tell their friends about it? An idea may be interesting but if no one would pay to see it at the cinema, then it’s probably not a good one.
- How to really write a professional screenplay- If you are new to screenwriting/film making, planning to write a screenplay or script of any kind and producing it into a movie, the good news is that writing in screenplay format is easier and more intuitive today. Making of movies is a collaborative process which demands that those in screenwriting produce a document in particular format, notation, and length called a script.
- How to select and operate the camera- Important camera operator skills include choreographing and framing shots knowledge of and the ability to select appropriate camera lenses, and other equipment (dollies, camera cranes, etc.) to portray dramatic scenes. The principles of dramatic story telling and film editing fundamentals are important skills as well. The camera operator is required to communicate clearly and concisely on sets where time and film budget constraints are ever present.
- Killer tips to light your scenes professionally- A light on a stick is versatile. Primarily used as a key light, it can quickly become a fill or back light. Also, with an extendable pole, it can be raised or lowered depending on the situation. Other advantages include: maintaining a well-lit moving subject, faster set-up times, and quick adjustments.
- DIY tools that will save you tons of money- Some tools that you can use to make production a little more inexpensive. Tools that can help you make your production at its best without even spending more. We will teach you that.
- Film-making Secrets never revealed before- Some secrets that we will reveal if you get this guide. It maybe a secret right now but after subscribing you will basically know every secret.
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Remember, film making is fun!
Yes, you have a responsibility to make an awesome film, bring the project in on time and under budget, but don’t forget to have a good time too; it’s the reason you wanted to become a filmmaker instead of an accountant.