You know, editing doesn’t just mean video! We’re doing some of that, as Ruth and I are each editing a DVD of Handicrafts Made Simple, but I’m also “editing” a short script.
It’s a short that we wrote a couple years ago and then shelved. We haven’t looked at it since, but several months ago I got some feedback on it from some great folks over on ChristianFilmmakers.org. That gave me a direction for improvement. A few days ago, I started to rework the story a little, and now I have a finished treatment. Hopefully, I’ll get going on actually writing the screenplay very soon.
By the way, here’s a Celtx tip. I discovered the other day that you can add a Novel to any Celtx project. So I added a Novel to write my treatment in. Handy to have everything in one project.
We’re all together again for a big shoot. Remember the Handicrafts Made Simple title card that I shared earlier? We’re shooting the next two DVDs in the series. So far, we’ve shot four sessions for the first DVD and things are going splendidly. Why? We have a secret weapon! Read More »
With the launch of Final Cut Pro X last week, the editing world was also launched into upheaval. Some love it, some hate it, some are just waiting for the dust to settle.
I’m still on FCP 7 myself. But I’ve been trying to educate myself about the new version, which I will likely be upgrading to before September, by reading as much as I can on the subject. I’ve found some great information out there, so I thought I’d do a roundup blog post to pass it along. Read More »
This is going to be brief. A House for Marge is completely done. We’ve finished it completely and sent it off to be approved as coming out of the music first filmmaking contest over on ChristianFilmmakers.org.
What does that mean for you? Well, we’re still figuring out distribution, so hold on, little tater tots! We’re a-comin’!