Are you considering the adaptation of a classic novel but are too nervous to write the screenplay? Are you worried about dedicated fans who may rip you to shreds online? Here are a list of 10 reasons that you should stop worrying and start writing…
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Apocalypse Films is very pleased to spread the news that the little short film we made last year, Skinned, is about to have its international debut in two countries: Canada and Russia.
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Making short films is difficult enough on your home turf even though you may have peers to call on, favours to call in, actors to call up – but producing a short overseas is a different “hervidor de pescado”. (See Tip #3)
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Shooting is underway on Apocalypse Films’s short documentary, Dunira Creek.
The short documentary focusses on a group of retired teachers and teachers unionists who share a friendship that has spanned almost fifty years. The glue of the friendship is four two-hundred litre barrels of Tawny Port first purchased from Brown Brothers of Milawa in the late 70’s. Continue reading DUNIRA CREEK DOCUMENTARY BEGINS
Writer, Director, Editor, Producer turned Crime & Punishment Film Poster Designer!
For a creative type, there’s something liberating about the new paradigm of filmmaker as entrepreneur. Low to no-budget filmmaking sees those involved wearing many hats that were traditionally reserved for the Unit Publicist; which micro-budget productions can seldom afford. Continue reading CRIME & PUNISHMENT – POSTER RELEASED!