The Last Jedi is the Star Wars movie we’ve been waiting for - a truly innovative addition to the story, which takes the saga into new places.
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.
Depending on what you like in a show, The Expanse may make you feel lost with inspiration or just lost and bored.
Subtext is the most important thing for actors to grasp. Here’s where you start and why it’s important for your acting.
Written by Keaton J. Evans. Across popular movies there have been teams of make-up artists getting the right look for characters who seem to never take showers. I’m talking Sam Neill in Hunt For The Wilderpeople, Matthew McConaughey in Mud, and Jack Sparrow. You get the point. Whenever a character rolls in the mud or falls … Continue reading How To Dirty Your Actors Without Using Dirt
Step into the world of pure imagination where every creative approach to acting is like exploring Wonka’s factory.
Written by Greg Garofalo. Film is a visual medium, unlike other forms of story everything is told mainly in what isn’t said. The classic rule of thumb is “Show don’t tell.” It’s something you have to get used to when you become a filmmaker. One unconventional way of studying this is by reading comic books. … Continue reading How To Use Comic Books To Improve Your Filmmaking