Tag Archives: script writing

OVFM CLUB MEETING TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 4TH

  It’s that time again when we gather together the most esteemed of our filmmaking experts and put them in the spotlight to answer your questions about our noble pursuit. Filmmaking isn’t an exact science since the advancements in technology and ways we can capture and share or footage and the methods in which they

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New OVFM Project – Trailers/Adverts

  Trailers/Adverts The first project for 2018 looks to be one of the more challenging we’ve ever set but also could prove to be one of the more rewarding as the creativity we know that is within our club members will be put to the test and on display in all its glory in producing

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New OVFM Project – Who Am I?

WHO AM I? Time for another project for you all to flex your creative muscles and challenge your creative skills, and this one is a real challenge! While the title suggests that a the end result is to be a guessing game for the audience, there is a twist to the concept – the film you

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OVFM CLUB MEETING – TUESDAY June 7th 2016

  It’s brain cells at the ready for the next club meeting as we are required to bandy around ideas for films to make and enter for this year’s North vs. South competition! The theme is “Out of the Blue” which is one of those wonderfully nebulous titles that lends itself to a myriad of

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Scriptwriting with Celtx Pt 1

  SCRIPTWRITING WITH CELTX Part 1:  Getting Started Hello Folks Further to the recent Celtx demo I gave at the club meeting on the 12th of November, I figured that since there was a lot of information to impart at half an hour wasn’t long enough – plus my awkward presentation skills probably made it

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OVFM Club Meeting Tuesday November 12th 2013

OVFM SCRIPTWRITING EVENING   Over the past couple of years our entries for the annual North vs South competition, as well as the Coaching Evenings, has seen an emergence of club members starting to write their own scripts, which is encouraging as our drama/comedy output is somewhat dwarfed in relation to holiday, documentary and sundry

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