With an entrepreneurial mindset and a little research, Marty Lang explains how you can find opportunities to bring your work to life as an international co-production.
As you create your next script, Marty Lang suggests thinking like a production manager may help it stand out among the pack.
If you're looking to get a screenplay of yours made, Marty Lang proposes you try something you probably haven't done before: Write your script in reverse.
Film location is critical to story -- sometimes location is a character in and of itself. Doug Richardson explains what happened when the powers that be wanted to change the location of 'Die Hard 2.'
Marty Lang shares how utilizing crowdfunding can help you become a more effective networker.
Christopher Schiller explores how the location of a scene, the community it's placed within, the backdrop the action plays in front of and through, all contribute to the audience's experience.
In Part 2, Doug Richardson takes you on location as he and his director scout the East Harlem music scene.
Doug Richardson takes you on location as he and his director scout the East Harlem music scene. All is well... until the guns come out.
One of my favorite classes to teach is a topics course on scene writing. In that class, we discard the macro elements of structure and character arc, break out the microscope, and take a closer look at the tiny cells that make up any piece of dramatic writing – its scenes. We focus on...
The theory behind it is simple. Normally, you would add up all of your expenses line item by line item, and then calculate a total at the end. With Reverse Budgeting, however, you start at the bottom and put the total at the top.