Adventure Feature Film of the Day: Once Upon a Dream [Oh], by Prince-Odira Ewuzie-Phandira

PITCH:

ACTORTitle: Once Upon a Dream [Oh]

Written by: Prince-Odira Ewuzie-Phandira

Type: Feature Film

Genre: Sci-Fi, Adventure

Logline: This post-earth saga follows the political and social struggles of mankind and their bid to maintain peace on the planet ‘Oh’.

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Adventure TV PILOT of the Day: BLIND WORLD, by Dayna VonThaer

PITCH:

ACTORTitle: Blind World

Written by: Dayna VonThaer

Type: TV PILOT

Genre: Action, Adventure, Drama, Apocalyptic Thriller, Sci-Fi

Logline: A massive solar flare erupts, destroying global communications and causing widespread blindness in its wake.

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Adventure SHORT FILM of the Day: FOR THE GAME YET PLAYED, by Veronica Maxim-Bantam

PITCH:

ACTORTitle: For The Game Yet Played

Written by: Veronica Maxim-Bantam

Type: Short Film

Genre: Fiction, Fantasy Adventure

Logline: Once in fifteen years someone rise to the top of the profession possessing a rare power through concentration they become like human calculated machines with hundred thousand electric wires in the brain. A young reporter was send to see if any of this was true, when discovered he was also one of them and have to keep this a secret till the end

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Action SHORT FILM of the Day: THE BLUE PARROT, by Antonia Patsidou

Title: THE BLUE PARROT

Written by: Antonia Patsidou

Genre: Action, Adventure, Crime, Mystery.

Type: Short Script

LOGLINE: A private detective is asked by a gorgeous female dancer to find the traces of her missing husband, but he discovers the apple of discord…the notorious Nazi gold, and the hidden aspects of their past seem now, threatening for all.

Registration number:
1729290 WGA

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Action TV PILOT of the Day: WITHIN, by Henry Byrd & Burnell Bowie

PITCH:

ACTORTitle: Within

Written by: Henry Byrd and Burnell Bowie

Type: TV PILOT

Genre: Action, Adventure, Fantasy, Thriller

Logline: When an idealistic attorney meets a pack of female werewolves, her mysterious past and suppressed animalistic urges emerge to destroy her life.

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Action Feature Film of the Day: KIDNEY PUNCH, by Lily Skinner

PITCH:

ACTORTitle: Kidney Punch

Written by: Lily Skinner

Type: Feature Film

Genre: Action, Sports

Logline: A rising MMA star, forced out of the sport after high-tech organ thieves steal her kidney, must team up with her self-proclaimed “biggest fan,” a basement-dwelling slob of a hacker, to infiltrate the Dark Web and get her property back.

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How to Shoot a Scene! – Film Riot

William Trinkner

Revealing how to shoot a scene

DSC00539The information given in this video is helpful in understanding how to shoot a scene with a one camera set up. The video elaborates on the difference between a shot, a scene and a sequence. The video explains how shooting from multiple camera angles can give the filmmaker better control of the tone and pacing of their films, than shooting a scene in a single take.

Great Video for Learning to Shoot a Scene

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