Planning out your plot will make writing your script a lot easier. In Lesson #4, we’ll guide you through creating a thorough Script Outline – and show you how Celtx can speed up the process dramatically.
Your characters are the most important aspect of your script. For them to be engaging and believable, you’ll have to spend some time with them before going to the page. In Lesson #3 of the Learning Series, we’ll show you how to develop your characters by asking them questions.
How small can a film crew be? In this post, we identify the 8 core crew members you should try to have on your next project.
In the first entry of our new Production Primers series, we cover the basics of writing, planning, and shooting a tracking shot. On your marks!
Cinematography is the most challenging aspect of filmmaking, but it’s grounded on a few basic principles that are easy for anyone to understand. In this article, we’ll discuss what goes into a textbook four point lighting setup.
If you want your script to captivate, your action needs to pop. These tips will help keep you on the right track.