David Bordwells goldmine of links on the open secrets of classical storytelling. (Link)
This website is immense. So much gold 😉
See how the elements of a story are combined to create true story chemistry.
(see link above)
At the recent Austin Film Festival, Tom Schulman, writer of Dead Poet’s Society talks us through the development of the script all the way to the on set process with Director Peter Weir.
For fans of Tarantino and Pulp Fiction. This is a fantastic article from Vanity Fair, well worth a read. Written in 2013 it gives us a complete retrospective on how the film was written, filmed and sold to the masses, circa early 1990″s.
So we all know the story of Robert Rodriguez. He made his first film
(El Mariachi) for about $8000, and he did it all by himself. He’s mastered the art of making a film without money.
This clip was made circa 1993, the video quality is horrible but the message still clear and very relevant.
The only thing standing in the way of you making a film is yourself.
Check out other 10 Minute Film Schools clips here.
(thanks to Nofilmschool.com, for educational purposes only)