Script to Screen

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 Little about film production crew :

Screenwriting Basic

Humans have an almost unreasonable and insatiable craving for stories. They surround us night and day, every day of the week. The stories. At home, work, school, parties, malls, diners… People are always narrating and listening to anecdotes and chronicles. It may be something as notorious as the Madoff scandal or as trivial as a mean cab driver who refused to give the right change. Regardless of their nature, relevance, or truthfulness, stories have permeated society. And we love them. Movies tell stories, so we love them as well.
In filmmaking, the story is first developed in the screenplay. Every movie, short or feature, starts with a script – the blueprint for the construction of the motion picture. The screenplay furnishes the framework for every movie production; it is the basis for the decisions made from the early stages of pre-production to the final phase of post-production.


 the art and technology of motion-picture photography. It involves such techniques as the general composition of a scene; the lighting of the set or location; the choice of cameras, lenses, filters, and film stock; the camera angle and movements; and the integration of any special effects. All these concerns may involve a sizable crew on a feature film, headed by a person variously known as the cinematographer, first cameraman, lighting cameraman, or director of photography, whose responsibility is to achieve the photographic images and effects desired by the director.

Film Director

 The film director’s primary task is to interpret the screenplay and translate it visually. He is the creative mind behind the aesthetic and technical choices that drive the film. To succeed in this mission, the director is involved from the early stages of pre-production all the way to the final phase of post.Even though directors must oversee the several stages of production, during principal photography everything could get exponentially hectic. Their personal lives are put aside so he can focus on the production. Weekends and holidays too. Everything revolves around the production schedule. At daytime, they shoot. At night, they rewrite the script. During breaks, they rehearse. Lights, costumes, décor, props, camera, actors are all supervised by the director, who’s often multitasking and micromanaging everything. Directing movies requires extensive command of the craft, and a complete understanding over every facet of filmmaking.

Editing Basics

Editing is part of the post-production of a film. Usually, it begins immediately after principal photography, when all the shots are recorded. The resulting footage is given to the editor and his team. By then, the director’s favorite takes would be circled in the camera report, a document also given to the editor to help him choose the best takes.
Editing is the art of  assembling shots together to tell the visual story that is films. An editor is an important crew member in any film because he will give final shape to the project. They are called the third storytellers of a movie because, after the writer and director, the editor will construct (or de-construct) the narrative and truly define the story that audience will see.

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