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
There are many acting techniques to help with backstory, some famous some not, but I can only agree with one known as “the best kept secret of Hollywood”
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.
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
Knowing where to start in the creative process of writing can be daunting for a first time filmmaker. I know it was for me. I’ve tried building a story around every possible thing imaginable, and I found Blake Snyder’s longline method from his infamous book, Save the Cat, to be the most effective. His argument … Continue reading Anatomy of the Best Loglines
Here’s a list of ten movies beneficial for all actors to watch and reasons why.
Written by Brenden Bell. There are so many creative and wonderful films out there; some we love and some we hate. Sometimes it’s hard to tell the difference. What makes a movie good? What makes it bad? If you’re confused, this article is for you. I’m going to give you some practical tools to assess … Continue reading How to Decide if a Movie is Good or Bad