Posted by Richard "RB" Botto

Happy Sunday Creative Army!

I've got my coffee in hand and your weekly dose of content coming in hot - grab your coffee of choice and let's dive right in.

First up, our friends over at StudioBinder has put together a great video about how to write a TV pilot that sells. In this video, they use South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone's approach to story structure to illustrate compelling story structure. Like our Christopher Mack does in our Netflix TV Pitch Workshop, this video uses the pilot for Breaking Bad to show how to create a TV pilot that sells. 

Next up, Aputure has a great video about how to develop your visual style as a filmmaker, director, or cinematographer. This video shows how differently one location/scene can be represented, depending on how you shoot it. Specifically, they illustrate realistic vs. stylistic lighting. 

As always here at Stage 32, we love to share stories and knowledge with our fellow film fans. Know someone who would love this content? Share it with them! Tag them below! You can keep up with all of our content by subscribing to the Stage 32 YouTube. For more inspirational, educational, and motivational content on all things entertainment industry follow me on Instagram and Twitter @rbwalksintoabar.

Wishing you a very happy, healthy, & creative Sunday.




StudioBinder: How to Write a TV Pilot that Sells


Aputure: How to Develop Your Visual Style




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