Lights Online Film School recently had the opportunity to chat with Connor Hurley about his 11 minute short film “The Naturalist”. You can find the in-depth interview below. But first watch the short! Thanks for agreeing to discuss “The Naturalist”! I must say I’m most ...
I am a lot stricter with my shots, but not because I want to reduce the ratio, it’s more because my vision is stronger and I know how to better get what I want.
Is filmmaking for you a way to “plug-in” and see how other people see the world? Is filmmaking, for you, a way for you to show other people the possibilities of our existence, or to learn for yourself what those possibilities are?
Last week we asked you “how many scripts you read per year“. The reason we asked you this was because in another poll we asked you what you thought your biggest weakness as a filmmaker was. A large percentage of you claimed that “writing” was your biggest weakness. In fact, at the time of this […]
In this week’s poll we’re curious to know how many scripts each of you read each year? Do you read 2 scripts? 20 scripts? 200 scripts? Can you tell the difference between a well written script and a poorly written script?
Junkyard is a film by Hisko Hulsing about a man who has a terrible encounter in a subway who’s life then flashes before his eyes. Check out the beautifully dark 17 minute film below.
We know many of you are hungry for new gear, jumping at new gadgets as they come onto the market. So we’re curious to know how much this obsession with gear costs you on a year to year basis!
This week’s poll asks you “what is your biggest weakness as a filmmaker”? Many of our blog readers are multi-taskers, working as director, producer, writer and sometimes editor of their own projects.