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- November 18, 2005 at 8:23 AM #42308
if you need help to make your screenplay to work better,
with current trends. marketability. technical advice
on screenplay metric. narrative. crossing cultures.
send me email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Roman Bruni is a script analyst with experience
in 5 languages and 3 continents. he has worked in a screenplay finance
institution for european cinema in London,
developed series in Italy, currently living in south america
– Rio de Janeiro Brazil, teaching digital film production in universities,
while teaching screenplay for latins through the web at
Your screenplay will be read and a script analisis report with 10 to 14
pages will be sent back: character unity, narrative integrity,
audience adjustment. script engeneering. and more, much more.
” … a good screenplay has a sense of proportions for dramatic duration;
in those days is not enough to use the Hollywood formula
it is essential to understand how a story may or may not cross
cultural borders and have a comercial life …”
Roman Bruni is also the author of the first screenplay manual
in brazilian portughese that presents technical information
that really enables writers to get screenplays complete.
- November 19, 2005 at 7:31 PM #177845
I think if you need all this information then your script aint going anywhere anyway. How about I send you $10 and you can write the whole screenplay?
- November 20, 2005 at 8:13 AM #177846
interior – day bride make up
the bride comes near a table and starts her make up.
behind her we see the wedding dress plus light effects to make it glow.
”i’m so sexy” is playing as background music, giving some rythm
to the videoclip editing from a normal girl to a marvellous woman
of the ”bride to be” becoming ”the bride”.
exterior – day bride moving out
the bride comes out of the door of her house, approaches the limousine
then looks back to her daddy and mommy at the door.
detais that she is crying. we pan to see her folks waving
interior – day limousine
the bride is inside the limousine, through the windows we see
various parts of the city, including some postcards.
as background the song ”pretty woman” is playing.
exterior – day grooms entrance
the church is beautifully shot against the blue sky.
the groom comes is with his tuxedo, looks up and smiles.
a few invited guests smile back at him.
interior – day church blessing
the priest gives his blessing to the groom
enters the bride. music from organ rises. everybody rises.
detail of bride smiling at her father. detail of father smiling back.
she enters through the long carpet to arrive near the priest.
…please add more another token to receive the rest of the screenplay.
observe the absence of conflict and the presence of an emotional
charge: why is the bride crying ?
- November 22, 2005 at 6:01 PM #177847
ok…how about $2.
- November 23, 2005 at 7:12 AM #177848
sorry mac, this is a professional forum.
- November 23, 2005 at 3:21 PM #177849
Don’t worry, $2 technically still makes you a professional. Oh wait. You were talking to mac. My bad.
- December 1, 2005 at 10:22 PM #177850SteveMannParticipant
What’s two dollars when the sync license for the music in the background will cost tens of thousands? Each.
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