this is something i’d like to try. here’s a great article on the hollywood reporter.
i have less than 2 weeks left for preproduction! i feel really good about where we are at this point. my producer marcia has done an incredible job overseeing everything, and it really frees me up to focus on what i need to focus on. CAST – we have 2 amazing actors i can’t wait…
i like to make a lot of notes on the script, like actor directions, camera angles, overhead diagrams, etc. on a regular script page, everything can get cluttered pretty quickly. to give me more space, i like to print out the script in landscape mode, not portrait, which gives me half the page for notes….
i always want to challenge myself with each film i make. making these shorts is my film school so i’m trying to learn as much as i can before i move on to features. my 4th film, Ku Klux Kornea, was the biggest film i have shot. the most important difference with this project was…
i wrote a spec of The Office in feb, and now i’m working on one for How I Met Your Mother (HIMYM). i finished the outline and sent it to some friends to review first, and after getting positive feedback, i’m ready to start writing pages.
here’s a funny because it’s true collection of things to avoid when you’re making your short film. http://www.filmmaker.com/DUMPS.html the sad thing is i’ve seen many shorts that have several of these elements that combine like voltron to form into a super awful short film. don’t do it.
there’s an interesting article here in the hollywood reporter about how if the wga does go on strike, people could turn to online entertainment the way people turned to cable tv the last time the wga went on strike. better get started on making a web series.