We often talk about how a movie dragged on and on and on, but it’s rare to hear a discussion of how a movie was too short. And yet, in the past couple of weeks or so, I’ve seen two movies that I’ve concluded were too short.
Not because they ended too soon, but because there needed to be more. Let me explain what I mean with two specific examples. Read More »
We’ve been rather busy for the past few weeks with a new DVD for Simply Charlotte Mason in the Handicrafts Made Simple series. This one is on knitting. Here’s a photo of the set, minus camera and microphone because we were importing files when the photo was taken.
We’re just about finished with Month of the Novel. It’s been a lot of fun working on this project from August until now, but all that remains is to ship out the DVD copies once they arrive from being duplicated. Which means it’s time for a retrospective look at what I’ve learned from the project.
Establish a Feeling and Enforce It
This being a web series, we had six episodes to deal with. Six episodes written by six different writers, each with a different style. It was important to establish a feel and rules for the show to make sure the six episodes felt like they belonged to each other. Read More »