Tag: Cinelinx filmmaking
Remember those choose your own adventure stories as a kid? The ones where you make decisions for the character and the story would change depending on the page you turned to. Well, someone is taking that idea and giving filmmakers the chance to craft movies in the same way, allowing the audience watching to decide what happens next on the screen. Come inside to learn more about this technology and how to help make it a reality.
Any director knows he's only as good as the people around him, and the crew gathered needs to fill certain positions on the set to get things done. While most aspiring filmmakers know the key spots (director, actors, camera person), there are others many tend to forget about. So I'm here to talk about some of the other crew members who are essential to a smooth shoot.
Storyboarding can serve many purposes in getting a film off the ground. They can assist in presenting a project to potential investors, and of course helps directors establish a pace for the film long before the cameras even start rolling. J. Todd Anders, the Coen Brothers' long-time storyboard artist uses a fun little video to talk more about the process and why it's so important. Come inside to watch it!