Posts Tagged ‘screenplay’

French New Wave Changed Cinema – FilmmakingWithaCalculator!

The Techniques associated with French New Wave Filmmaking were improvisation, low cost equipment, shots which defied conventional tracking shot systems, i.e., handheld as well as the minimal setup time to achieve a film with an Improvised Feel. From Wikipedia: The New Wave (French: La Nouvelle Vague) is a blanket term coined by critics for a group of French filmmakers of the late…

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Screenwriting Plot Structure Masterclass – Michael Hauge [FULL INTERVIEW]

To immediately get your free copy of Michael Hauge’s 6-Stage Structure Chart, just go to BUY MICHAEL HAUGE’S BOOK – WRITING SCREENPLAYS THAT SELL, NEW TWENTIETH ANNIVERSARY EDITION: The Complete Guide To Turning Story Concepts Into Movie and Television Deals MORE VIDEOS WITH MICHAEL HAUGE CONNECT WITH MICHAEL HAUGE CONNECT WITH FILM COURAGE BUSINESS INQUIRIES…

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