Well where do I begin...wait how many words can I put here?
These are hysterical. In a way it's a bit inspiring. I was recently pitching an idea to a producer and he literally laughed at when I told him the conflict... I wasn't pitching a comedy. I sat back and watched Y Tu Mama Tabien later that night. I thought how did Cuaron pitch this? It's a road movie where two boys explore their sexuality. My film isn't even close to being this crazy. Anyway, maybe it's worth another chance?
Sir I recently bought a Red One MX for $65,000 last week. I can see you have an Alexa in your picture. That's cute. Why don't you graduate to Red with me and the boys
Very cool. I'm sure there will be an AI assistant for video as well soon. The DP would not have to worry about exposure. The AI would just map out the scene and show a few different examples.
First off I wanted to say I’m a big fan and can’t wait to see My Pet Dinosaur. I dug Dinosaur Island and can’t wait to see where you go. Honestly, I thought your name would be attached to Jurassic World by now. I myself want to make a dinosaur film so I got a job as an in-house director for the vfx house, Pixomondo. I was hoping to learn enough so I wasn’t an idiot talking to my vfx supervisor. Yeah there are a few ergonomic chairs but most of them are ancient wobbly ones. When Fate of The Furious was wrapping up I witnessed people putting in 20 hour days throughout a week. It was brutal. Then the movie credits didn't list 16 of our artists. Imagine pulling those ridiculous hours, multiple weeks just to get rid of Vin Diesel's double chin or have a submarine come out of the ice then not get credit. They get trashed on so much I really hope they do find some way of standing up to these studios. By the way artists can’t log on to Facebook. If the computers were connected to the internet it could be susceptible to online hacking.
I highly recommend Seth Worley's video class. It's a nice refresher and really has been reshaping the way I work out stories in my head. The story circle is relatively simple but once you started digging for patterns it can become a little complex. A perfect tool for any filmmaker that is feeling a little lost in their script.
I would disagree. Not too long ago I was failing my intro to film class and I had no way to continue to my next semester. I found this site and it gave me a sense of comfort. An article gave me so much courage I drove across the country on my own to LA. Now I direct commercials, I'm almost at the point of making my first indie feature. This kind of negativity does nothing but hurt the author. I loved this little chunk of information. I can't wait for part 2! I don't think this was a cheap tactic. Sometimes you need to gather more information before putting together the next article. Sometimes it's better to separate prep from actual production. We have a ton of articles on shooting it's nice reading something different.
This site gives you a wealth of knowledge and doesn't take a dime out of your pocket. Shane Hurlbut, Alex Buono, Masterclass series all ask for money. It ain't cheap. When I was living out of my car I had to choose between a Shane Hurlbut film lesson and a sandwich.
Please don't resort to negativity and clump it with the click-bait articles. Have a good day.