Happy first Sunday of December, everyone.
Today I have two videos for you that I think you'll enjoy quite a bit. First up, what makes a great villain? The video essay Crash of Ideologies - Crafting the Perfect Villain explores the relationship between some of film's most memorable heroes and villains.
Second, a terrific video from Film Courage featuring one of our favorite Stage 32 educators, James Kicklighter. James, a writer, director and mentor to many a filmmaker, explains the first 5 things a director should do on set.
(Related...To see James' webinars for Stage 32, Deconstructing Oscar Winning Films: Spotlight, Network and All the President's Men and Writing the Producible Low Budget Script click here)
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Enjoy and have a terrific remainder of your weekend!
Clash of Ideologies - Crafting the Perfect Villain
First 5 Things a Director Does on a Film Set
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