Welcome back, I'm just touching on the importance of framing your shots, I want your films to be pleasing to the eye, I also bring you up to date on an interview I had with Jonathan Harding from www.Jonathansoul.com and also provide you with the links I learn from, Enjoy the ride, its going to be a bumpy one.
Get your pad and pen ready there are a few names I want you to check out, Lighting can set the mood of the film, its important that we stay masters to our craft and touch on everything, most of us run a zero budget so lets make our work look as professional as possible, The knowledge I receive I give, lets pull and push together.
Remember that feeling when a film starts, the music is right, the mood is set and you are excited, these things are important to me, are they important you you? sometimes its the little things that are important and attention to detail is what it is, ps heres the link, http://www.lulu.com/shop/jose-garcia-rivadulla-rey/a-z/paperback/product-23340806.html podcast explains it all, enjoy and lets keep it moving.
To be honest I am having mental health issues about mental health issues, is it just another label that some people use to get away with shit while real people who suffer with it get no help? I'm trying to put the issue into script form without actually talking about it, lets make films entertaining as well as informative and stop being a social warrior because we are bored with ourselves. on that note enjoy.
Hate it or love it, the truth is usually business over personal, The world of filming is split, Creative v Business the two will never meet on level ground, and you might not agree with me either, for us to change the game we have to change it, no more talking. Enjoy.
Watching showreels and developing a new way to cast, which is suited for me, the short film FRIENDS THAT ARE BEARS and lots of other content, its important to me that I keep you abreast of what I am doing, and share ideas and thoughts, maybe one day we all can read from the same page.