Noah Snyder The world has countless stories to tell, and each of the world’s cultures create their own legends, myths and tales. Sadly in this day and age where movies and shows have become one of the main forms of storytelling, few of these tales get to be told in a medium that is appealing … Continue reading Culture. Where You Can Find The Greatest Stories
By Keaton J. Evans Let me set the scene: you’re sitting down to enjoy dinner, let’s say, a ham and turkey sandwich on rye. You take a bite of that ham and turkey and then it hits you. You’ve got nothing to drink. Well friends, you’re in luck! I have a list a sci-fi drinks … Continue reading Thirsty? Try These Intergalactic DIY Drinks!
Dialogue is tricky, you try and be innovative and you either end up dead on the nose, or sounding like your characters are starring in their own lifetime day show. The reason it’s so tricky is because as a writer you have to find the balance of creating a character which feels real, while sneakily … Continue reading “What’s The Deal With That!?” Learning Dialogue From Seinfeld.
Motivated by compassion and love is Diana of Themyscira, the Wonder Woman who is the latest superhero to grace our cinema screens. We all know her as the powerful goddess who answers to no man and seeks to defeat Ares, the god of war, thus saving humanity and making it pure again. If only it … Continue reading Wonder Woman: More Than a Feminist Icon
If you’ve ever been a film school student or a no-budget independent filmmaker, then you know the pain. Finding high quality music to fit your movie for free is darn near impossible. God bless Kevin MacCleod, but if I hear “Sneaky Snitch” in one more short film I’m going to throw something. Before you get … Continue reading How to Find Royalty Free Music That Doesn’t Suck
Written by Brenden Bell. As an independent filmmaker, continuity isn’t something you really think about as relevant or important to a film. Especially when you’ve never made one. If you’ve made one, then you know how crucial it can be. When you’re watching a film, the filmmakers create the illusion of continuous action on a … Continue reading Continuity is Important: How to Keep it Consistent