It is not the equipment that makes or breaks your film. It is you. So let go of the G.A.S and have confidence in yourself as a filmmaker.
Pre-production is an essential part of any production process, this includes the design stage. Just like the car industry, you need to know what you are making before you make it.
We talked about the idea and writing it down, we discussed how to turn that idea into a story, we even made our first draft screenplay. Now let's talk about making the film.
You made a basic screenplay from your amazing idea, but what do you do next?
So when I talk about letting it sit, when I discuss re-writes and how to turn an idea into a profitable piece of work... I am talking from personal experience, I made mistakes but I learned from them.
Produced by Devil May Care Productions the show will focus on the mysteries of filmmaking with each episode focusing on a different aspect of the film-making process.
We turned our idea into a story, from that story we developed characters and the world they live in. Now let us talk about screenwriting.
We decided we were making a screenplay for a movie and dang it; we will rough this out and make it happen.
Now you have the story all thought out and in a row. Does this mean your story is finished? Heck no! You still have to write the screenplay, you have to come up with dialogue and places, action and worlds.
The spark of genius struck you at 4 AM and you can't get back to sleep, the idea train has left the station and isn't slowing down and you have no idea where it is going.