I would really have liked this chapter on line production to have actually been about line production. Other than a brief summary of what Line Production is and a link to a much more informative interview with an actual line producer the rest of this chapter was really just overblow conjecture trying to hammer home the rather obvious point that your film has to make money so you can keep making films... Read More >>
MISSOURI FILMMAKERS AND FILM PROFESSIONALS
Up In the Air. Winter's Bone. Escape From New York. The Lucky Ones. What do these noteworthy films share in common? All of them were shot in whole or in part on location in Missouri. While not a place many people think of as a film industry hub, Missouri's diversity of scenery and generous tax incentives make it an active spot for film and television production, with local, independent and major productions coming to the state to shoot. TV production is also popular here; Kansas City, MO, for example, provides the backdrop for the recent ABC Family series "Switched At Birth."
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Latest Blog Entries from Missouri Film Connection Students
Chapter 10 on building a climax to me was bit to common sense and over simplification of storytelling. I can see where some new writers may need that instruction and spelling it out how to build to a climax... Read More >>
This chapter on Cinematography has probably been the hardest one for me at least as as far as being able to understand terminology and ideas... Read More >>
This was a good overview of the stages of production. I get the feeling that in a longer class environment each of the six stages, development, financing, pre-production, production, postproduction and distributing, would all get their own chapter with more detailed exploration but they are rather self-explanatory... Read More >>
Chapter 7 Mastering Your Genre was not the most informative chapter was a fun subject to think about. Looking at film genre and breaking movies down by their types is something I enjoy... Read More >>