People know better now than to leave the theater without waiting for an extra scene that may or may not appear during or after the credits have rolled. And we have the Marvel superhero movies to thank for that. Back in 2008, the short post-credits clip that concluded the “Iron Man” film showed Nick Fury,… Continue reading The art of post-credits scenes
Concept development is a broad area of creative arts but generally refers to the planning process of creating the design (both aesthetic and functional) of space, service, digital property, or cultural experience. However, creating the perfect concept isn’t quite as simple as its definition. The perfect concept is out there, but claiming it is going… Continue reading Art Plus Science: Getting The Upper Hand In Concept Writing
I’ve always been a visual person, so when it comes to storytelling as I do as a filmmaker, I prefer to “show” more than “tell” people what’s going on. Suffice to say that I have a big appreciation of great cinematography where the images on the screen can add whole new dimension to the script.… Continue reading Cinematographer’s Choice: Visually Stunning Films You Must Watch
New York City has been a bastion of the arts for decades. It is home to a number of renowned film schools and a lot of amazing filmmakers. Let’s take a closer look at some of the amazing filmmakers from The City That Never Sleeps. Martin Scorsese Martin Scorsese is hailed as one of… Continue reading Scorsese, Apatow, and Sorensen: Film Directors From The Big Apple
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