What’s up everyone, happy 2018!
It’s definitely been a while since I last uploaded a blog post, and that’s because I had to recover from putting 110% of my soul into our latest short film, EVERYONE iS AN ARTiST. Check my other posts for links to that if you missed it!
In between the last time I posted and now, I certainly have still been working on WLDWLF-related things. For one, I’ve been trying to be more active on our twitter (@WLDWLFFLMS), which should totally be followed for updates, sneak-peaks, questions, and other fun posts.
I also recorded this writing tutorial on one of my last days of writing for our Charles Dickens TV adaptation. I wanted to practice making tutorials (for the future) as well as share my entire process of adapting a scene from a book. Why did it take me 40 minutes to write a 6 page scene? Watch the video below to find out!
I hope you’re able to learn something from this if writing interests you. I’m also aware that I sound pretty unsure about everything I talk about in this video, so keep in mind I’m learning as I write this, just like you! If you have any other ideas for tutorials within the filmmaking process that you want me to cover, please let me know (:
Finally, I have some pretty big news; We are officially starting a WLDWLF FILMS Podcast! I have a lot of ideas about which direction to take this in, and as a storyteller I could not be more excited to start releasing episodes full of conversations with interesting people.
The first one is almost ready to be released, but for now you can check out the sweet cover art I designed for it.
More details will come in a future blog post as soon as I’m ready to send out the first episode. Until then, watch some of our old projects, or do other things! I’ll be back soon (;