”Seni seviyorum. Şimdi ve gelecekte.”
"I love you. Now and in the future.”
In ‘A Sense of Scale,’ Roman De Giuli’s Elaborate Topographies Made of Pigments Nod to Hollywood Special Effects
Tea Time. ☕
The look you get when you’re a paladin in the middle of a tea break and you spot the rogue starting to steal stuff from the drunkards at the bar.
Thank you to @lexi.the.first for snagging this photo from behind the scenes while filming at the World of Chaldea Studio.
Always remember, no matter what quest you’re on, take some time to rest and hydrate. 💧
Had a blast on set last night with the whole crew. I can’t wait to show you the final product and more photos from behind the scenes next week. ^^
My thesis film, Rumble is like... 75% done, or something like that. It’s a silly romp about two hotheaded greaser dudes fighting over a girl. Stay tuned 😎
HI! My team for my student film are looking for voice talent for our 2023 thesis film, STARCROSSING. The pay for each role is £50 GBP [about $55 USD] for a minute of voice acting.
You can find Honey's voice notes and sample lines here:
You can find Raine's voice notes and sample lines here:
If you have any questions about STARCROSSING and the application process feel free to send me an email over at [email protected]
with the word "starcrossing" somewhere in the title. Voice applications will remain open until October 30.
Outline I like (especially for shorter works)
Note: I learned this in film class (which is why it says "defines the movie" at the top, but I've also had success using it for non-film writing. It's basically a three-act structure, but I find for non-novels it's easier to work with than Save The Cat, for example.
Another note: Unraveling The Map is rarely a whole scene in and of itself in my personal experience - I usually use it to create an opening image that leads into the Launch Point, which I make the first scene
Unraveling The Map - Do you have an opening scene that defines the movie?
The Launch Point - Where are we, and who are we with?
The First Leg - What’s a normal day look like in this world?
Change Course - What sets our characters off on their journey from normalcy?
The Foot of the Mountain - Okay, we’re going on this journey together. (choosing the direction for solving the problem)
Climbing The Side - It starts hard, but you get used to the problems as you go.
Through The Cave - Do you have a B story? Set that story off on its own now too.
Reassess the Problem - You’re at the middle. Is there another way to get it done?
Try and Fail - Things begin to fall apart, can they handle it?
The Fall - The worst thing happens, something so bad you don’t think you can get up.
The Hidden Clue - What do your characters discover about themselves/the problem that they never saw before?
Race To the Finish - They’re up and running no matter what
The Treasure Chest - Did they get what they came for?
Where We Go From Here - Show us the world in a new light, hint what’s next.
In a little house filled with mirrors, Fiep focuses on her physical imperfections so intensely that her distorted self-image grows out of proportion... Literally.
My short film is finally online! It’s a crazy but fun little film about self image made with (among other things) ink on paper :) Hope you enjoy!!
Credits and more info: https://studiopupil.com/reflection/
Arrows (Sandra Lahire, 1984)