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7 Tips to Help You Start Editing Your Film Script
Even though you’ve finished writing your script, it's still a first draft and most scripts need more than one draft to be ready for production. That means it’s time for you to start editing your script. But, how do you edit a film script exactly? These seven tips aim...
Fight scenes add excitement to virtually any story, but proper fight choreography is crucial if you want to create believable and engaging fight scenes.
The screenplay is the backbone of a movie. It is the written version of a film, and it’s what everyone on set is working together to bring to life.  For many, writing dialogue can be the most daunting part of screenwriting. When you have an idea for a movie you...
As a former college instructor, I know how hard it can be to keep students’ attention and teach them something at the same time. Even with the built-in accountability of grades, this can be challenging. When it comes to videos, you might think you need the personality, charisma, and...
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Director's chair and robot form Star Wars, R2-D2, with single video spotlight
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If I ever balk at a huge upcoming project, my husband will say “How do you eat an elephant?  One bite at a time.” I would never want to literally eat an elephant, but it is an excellent axiom for our purposes. The same idea applies to taking a script...