Category Screen Studies

Colour

Colour is about communicating, a subjective thing.  It is not only about the overall look, there is the dilemma of sunny days vs overcast sky in a scene, using colour to enhance different environments and geographies, creating juxtaposition between scenes.  Might be a warm and colourful film with the need to feel the environment, like […]

Storyboards and Animatics

STORYBOARDER Storyboarder makes it easy to visualize a story as fast you can draw stick figures. Quickly draw to test if a story idea works. Create and show animatics to others. Express your story idea without making a movie. We built Storyboarder because the storyboarding tool we wanted simply didn’t exist. We are making it better […]

Story Process

Neil Gaiman Addresses the University of the Arts Class of 2012 A great story to connect with your viewers is still the key.  It is important for a writer to have a rich and varied background, your writing for someone to get immersed into a world, not like a novel where you describe everything and […]

Film Making

Starting Out In The Screen Industry Tell people’s stories in a way that makes a difference.  Giving the audience the experience, an intense ride, feel what the experience would have been like, put them there. How Do We Judge the Best? MAKING MOVIES The Shreditor’s Guide to Film and Video Pre-Production Do you tackle your […]

Screen Studies & Film History

FILM  HISTORY  The Associated Press, in partnership with the newsreel archive British Movietone, is releasing over one million minutes of video footage posted to YouTube. It’s a treasure trove of iconic milestones in history and some rarely seen and quirky moments as well. Some of our favorite finds, the eruption of Italy’s famed Mount Vesuvius in 1938, […]

Films

1,150 Free Movies Online: Great Classics, Indies, Noir, Westerns, etc. HANCINEMA  Korean Movie & Drama Data Base  http://www.hancinema.net/#&panel1-1 MOVIE  NEWS PARADISE on GLEBE POINT ROAD:  The Story of the Valhalla Cinema The films bombed in local box offices*, but Chris and Barry thought they could draw a decent crowd. Pat Garret and Billy the Kid, […]