In my last blog post, I talked about the new state production incentives offered by Michigan to try and aggressively bring more film and television productions to Michigan. I’m sure many of you are wondering, what about Hollywood? What are the advantages and production incentives offered for those who shoot in California?
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May 5th, 2008 | Filmmaking, Industry | Comments »
There comes a point in every writer’s career where they run out of ideas. Everything seems the same and you can’t think of an interesting story to write. It’s not exactly writer’s block so much as it is an exhaustion of ideas and inspiration. It just seems that every idea or story has already been written and that you’re just rehashing more of the same. Read the rest of this entry »Buy the Moose a cup of coffee.
In a recent post, I wrote about how close ups were better suited for drama because when used correctly they focus your attention and bring you closer to and emphasize their subjects. But if you watch movies these days, you’ll notice a disturbing trend. Read the rest of this entry »Buy the Moose a cup of coffee.