“Between the Scenes” takes you through the art and practice of scene transitions. The running theme is how scenes connect and how your film and content flows. The book does not target a specific group as the goal is to bring consideration of transitions to all stages of film production. There are sections for writers, directors and editors.
One of Adobe’s established programs has become even easier to navigate, giving novice and advanced users alike the ability to create the marketing pieces they need to professionally sell their products. At first glance, InDesign may seem like a program only for creating print pieces such as flyers, magazines and books. But InDesign CS6 is so much more.
Letters that go from Ideas to Treatments to Making Films to Marketing and even, yes, to Getting Screwed. Mr. Suber covers, pretty much, all the bases.
Mr. Giglio attempts to make writing the comedy blockbuster easy and I have to say he succeeds. Whether you’ve written a comedy script or even thinking of writing a comedy script – you need to read this excellent book.