Let’s Make a Film Together!

19 Apr

As I considered post topics for this week, my gratitude for all who loyally follow my blog arose; thus, I thought I would take a moment to THANK YOU!

FollowMyFilm.com has definitely been rewarding, especially when I hear back from readers.  I admittedly don’t do a great job inciting conversation with my posts, so comments and feedback are always a treat.  That is why I’m going to make an effort to write more conversational posts from now on.

Rather than primarily make statements via posts, I’m going to think out loud and ask questions more often, especially as I work on my newest film project, which I will post about next week.  Your thoughts and insight will not only be helpful, but exciting to hear as well.

For instance, I’m going to ask for feedback regarding the characters and plot in my script.  Then, when it comes time to previsualize the film for directorial purposes, I’d love to hear your thoughts on cinematic elements such as costuming, color scheme, and camera work.

The more I work on films, the more I realize that I absolutely love the communal aspect of the art form.  So I want FollowMyFilm.com to be a way in which I can connect with other cinephiles and create together!

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4 Responses to “Let’s Make a Film Together!”

  1. virtuos and beautiful April 19, 2012 at 6:25 pm #

    Oooh! I am excited to be a part of that! Most of my college has been analyzing films :)

    • Christopher April 20, 2012 at 7:40 am #

      Great! Looking forward to your analysis and ideas!!!!

  2. emmahevezi April 19, 2012 at 8:23 am #

    it is much better getting an external point of view on what is going on in something creative. that way you can see when your good ideas will be appreciated :) i think that this is a really healthy way to develop your creative talents.
    thanks for sharing, keep smiling

    • Christopher April 20, 2012 at 7:39 am #

      Thank you for the comment! I think balancing external points of view with one’s own is a delicate balancing act that takes a lifetime of experience, which, like you said, really is a healthy way to develop creative talents!

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