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10 Things You Need to Know About Writing That "Perfect" Script
So you think you’re ready to write the script that’s been swimming in your head for months (maybe years)? Here are 10 things you need to know before you put pen to paper-or fingers to keyboard.
Tribeca Interview Series: Editor Bryan Mason on Good Luck to You, Leo Grande
We recently conducted a series of interviews to cover some of the production professionals being highlighted and represented at this year's Tribeca Film Festival, which is running from June 8 - 19th. In this interview, we spoke with Editor Bryan Mason about his work on Good Luck to You, Leo Grande.
How A Shoot for Budweiser During COVID-19 Turned into 4 Million Views
During the COVID-19 shutdown, most productions stopped or went on indefinite hold. I don't know anyone who hasn't lost work or been affected in some way due to the pandemic. Hundreds of thousands of jobs in the film industry were put at serious risk. But as things continued to drag on, content still needed to be made. It just had to change shape a bit. Spots were made using stock footage. Remote productions began to pick up. And as some states in the US began to open again, the ability to start shooting again, albeit on a smaller scale and with certain restrictions, became possible once more.
Signiant Media Shuttle Integration unites remote teams
In June, Signiant highlighted the pandemic's effects on ENVY Post Production's workflows and Signiant's role in helping navigate them. Technical operations director, Jai Cave, explained, “We successfully moved an entire facility fully remote from offline to finishing post in a matter of weeks, so we have been able to deliver on our projects without disruption.”