Good Morning Creative Army!
Here's to another cinematic Sunday here at Stage 32. We've got some hot new content for your today. Got your coffee ready?
First up, our friends over at Film Riot teach the subtle art of making cinematic end credits. Have you ever heard of a "snorkel lens"? These handy little lenses effortlessly ensure a cinematic vibe. End credits are an often overlooked footnote to an otherwise amazing film, watch this video to make sure your film ends with a bang.
Secondly, what are the essential elements of a truly great story? Beloved animation writer Andrew Stanton (Wall-E, Finding Nemo, Monsters Inc) tells all in his Ted Talk.
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