Friday, 13 December 2019

Celebrating Into The Script's 2nd Anniversary with Special Guests: An Interview with Scott Beck & Bryan Woods, Screenwriters of Haunt and A Quiet Place



What an honour today to welcome some very special guests, Scott Beck and Bryan Woods who are the screenwriters behind some of the most extraordinary cinematic releases, most notably 'A Quiet Place' and their recent release 'Haunt'.  

The team at Into The Script and I are so happy to be able to celebrate our milestone 2nd birthday with Scott and Bryan, so without further ado let's get straight to listening to what their advice and top tips are!

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Monday, 9 December 2019

Understanding Your Character & Their World



“Watch the way she moves...
Imprecise, but effortless.
She’s not faking it.”

That was what ballet company director Thomas Leroy (Vincent Cassel) had to tell Nina (Natalie Portman) about his newest soloist, Lily (Mila Kunis), who flew straight from San Francisco to vanquish every chance Nina has to be the Swan Queen in a remarkable production of Swan Lake. Or at least, that’s what Nina thinks. 

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Friday, 6 December 2019

5 Things I Learned From Beau Yotty: An Interview with the founder of Lone Gunslinger Pictures



As you know, we’re always looking to bring you the best of film industry talents to be featured at Into The Script. Browse our interviews section and you’ll find a range of awesome talks we’ve had with award-winning screenwriters, producers, actors, managers, directors and other industry professionals who have worked on projects such as the Jurassic Park franchise, Star Wars, The Walking Dead and Harry Potter and with studios such as Universal, Netflix, Disney and Marvel.
And Today’s guest is considered a triple threat in the industry, as a passionate writer, actor and producer whose films have been made into features and shorts. Meet Beau Yotty, founder of Lone Gunslinger pictures, and let’s see what advice Beau has to share with us.
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Monday, 2 December 2019

Shoot Your Short: A Complete Guide To Getting It Done!


Short films are one of the best mediums to make a name for yourself. They’re a perfect way to start in the industry and they can also serve as a proof of concept for a feature or TV series. Whiplash, District 9, 12 Monkeys, Saw, all started as short films. 

But how exactly do you make a short film?  For what budget and what’s the process? Here are the main steps I follow.
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