Coffee & Content - Writing the Perfect Movie Opening & 7 Reasons NOT to Fix it in Post

Posted by Richard "RB" Botto

What's up, Creative Army?

Another Sunday, another edition of Coffee & Content.  Let's kick it off.

First up, as you know, most industry readers give a screenplay about 5-10 pages before deciding whether they want to soldier on and spend the next 90-120 minutes of their lives with your story.  So how can you assure your screenplay sings from Page 1?  TOMKAT content provides some insights and some examples to back 'em up in their Writing the Perfect Movie Opening video.

Next, I've featured many vids from our friends at Apture here on this blog, but this one is a stand out.  So many filmmakers get themselves in trouble in post production due to a lack of preparation during pre-production.  Let's solve that problem, shall we? 

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And, as always, I welcome your thoughts on the content in the comments section below.

Enjoy, and have a fantastic remainder of your weekend!



Writing the Perfect Movie Opening

Don't Fix it in Post!  7 Reasons You Should Fix it Now!



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