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)
Stephen Cleary – What an audience feels
The world’s screenwriting gurus inscribe pages of instruction to assist heroes, after their incident has been incited, to claim their personal elixir after victory in a supreme ordeal and a cathartic sacrifice. It’s noble work being the hero behind the hero. Aristotle knew it.
International screenwriting lecturer and all-round story scholar, Stephen Cleary,
sailed from Australia’s shores, leaving behind the question ‘Has this focus on writing from the writer’s point of view led to better storytelling?’ Continue reading STEPHEN CLEARY – WHAT AN AUDIENCE FEELS