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The Grand Budapest Hotel - Editing

To deconstruct the editing of The Grand Budapest Hotel (Wes Anderson, 2014), we analysed a scene that takes place in the 3rd act of the film. 458 more words

Induction

The Writing Advice No One Wants to Hear

I read a blog post once about ‘the writing advice you’re going to hate’ or ‘the worst writing advice ever’. In it, the author told his readers to write their book, then re-write it. 363 more words

Literature

Working Titles

Planning on not one but two novel-length pieces. Breaking down the plot to have a general framework plus a place to keep all of my random notes worked well the last time, and the loose paper made it easy to move, add, and subtract parts and replot in a way that notebooks don’t. 26 more words

Writing

Blogiversary is a Word

I just had a two year blogiversary. Yes, it’s a thing. 

I’m still here, so yay! I set a goal and followed its meandering path. A pat on the back for that for sure, as I’m not often consistent or persistent. 1,071 more words

Writing

HOW TO MAKE A GOOD HDR WITHOUT RUINING YOUR PICTURE

Even if you don’t know exactly what the HDR is, or even if you have never heard of it, I assure you that you know it directly or indirectly, because you will have seen it in many images as a good devourer of photos that you are. 1,223 more words

Tips

ADR Workflow

Screenshot of my Pro Tools ADR session

This week I have been working on automatic dialogue replacement (ADR) for a short film I’m working on for my Post Production module here at Salford. 829 more words

Importance of Punctuation: Periods

Welcome to the first post series on Fiction Felines! As a lover of punctuation, I decided to write about each of English’s punctuation marks. There was a… 601 more words

Writing