Greetings from Chicago where we are now a third of the way through shooting Rain Beau's End, a feature film which has well over a dozen Stage 32 cast and crew in the mix. Been a killer first week. Hoping to share more with you soon.
But for now, let's roll with another edition of Coffee & Content.
Our first video today comes from our friends at Film Courage and focuses on lessons that screenwriters should learn sooner than later.
Next up, Whiplash has been lauded in indie filmmaking circles as one of the best recent examples of ratcheting up tension through editing. Our 2nd video today focuses on the brilliant editing of the award winning film.
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15 Screenwriting Lessons People Learn Too Late
The Brilliant Editing of Whiplash
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