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Lights Film School was recently fortunate enough to interview Thomas Wightman, the Director of the ambitious and breathtakingly beautiful 13 minute short film entitled “Outside”. The film was shot for a modest 2500 Pounds (roughly $4000 USD). Thomas was generous enough to share his creative and technical vision for this film with our blog readers. [...]
Lights Online Film School recently held a screenwriting Lab Chat that focused on the role of tension building in a screenplay. This particular Lab Chat explored the script and film for 2005’s “Munich”, written by Tony Kushner & Eric Roth and directed by Steven Spielberg. Over the 2 hour duration of the Lab Chat Lights [...]
When you’re writing a script you need to communicate effectively, visually and economically. One of the best ways to do this is to minimize the use of adjectives and replace them with strong verbs whenever possible. For those of you who need a quick refresher: A NOUN is a person, place or thing A VERB [...]