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Category Archives: Short Film
This blog is an extract from Chris Trengove’s blog on ‘Can you Learn to write?’ Chris is a BCre8ive Creative Champion, one of our team of experienced advisors who support our work on developing new ideas, mentoring talent, and creative … Continue reading
This blog is part of a series of development frameworks for narrative screenworks from mobile and short films to long running TV series. The aim of the series is to look at the very first stage of development, when an … Continue reading
Development is a process of discovery especially in the early stages, what seemed like a great idea an hour ago when put to the test of a few simple questions may have some obvious limitations. The point is not that … Continue reading
This guest blog is written by BCre8ive Mentor Clifton Stewart. The First Question? How long is a short? A question film makers, particularly new ones, often ask when deciding to embark on making a ‘great short’ They know that a … Continue reading
After selecting your idea – see blog Selecting an Idea – this blog, First Steps in the art of development, written by Phi Parker, co-founder of BCre8ive, is about the active questions you need to make your idea engage an … Continue reading
We all have great ideas, or too many, or just one, the problem is how do you go about selecting an idea to work on. In this blog, Phil Parker, co-founder of BCre8ive, looks at the initial stages of developing … Continue reading
This blog is written by Phil Parker. Co-fouder of BCre8ive and in the context of examples, and discussions, of short films being held at Visegard Animation Forum in Czech Republic. Short film covers, of course, live action and animation, as … Continue reading