Per Ardua Productions is pleased to announce the release of the 1st Novel in the epic fantasy adventure book series Lies of Lesser Gods – Book One, The Exile by L.G.A. McIntyre. “It was a labor of love. I think I’ve created a story that will resonate with lovers of High Fantasy,” says McIntyre. “I am very excited to see so many years of effort come to fruition. I wrote the sort of book that I love to read; an Epic Fantasy Adventure Book Series. A dark mysterious stranger with a dangerous past, a beautiful sorceress trying to stave off the Read more »
Caught in the Act! These birds and others like them have been stealing fibre from my planters to use in their nest building. While the mama steals the loot, the papa sits in the tree as a lookout.
Episode 1.1 – A staring contest between a visiting Grey Squirrel and Spencer the Cat. This squirrel visits once a day, and sits in plain view and has a staring contest with Spencer the Cat. These episodes can last up to fifteen minutes. In the fall all the berries and nuts from my garden “Mysteriously” disappear. I have my suspicions as to the culprit.
After the great experience on Cinecoup, our project did not make it to the end, but that is not the end for Angel of Death. We have started our crowd funding campaign. Our project has now launched on Indiegogo. If you like our concept, and would like to help us along in our funding campaign, we would love your support. For the price of a movie ticket, you can help put a BC Film Crew to work. Our industry has taken a terrible hit from our provincial government, and there are a lot of out-of-work media professionals here. How important is Read more »
Okay, I know that these terms are beginning to sound a lot alike, but trust me, they are different enough that ignoring their concepts can cause you problems while editing. Continuity. This is a big one and encompasses two thoughts. 1) The clock read 3:05 seconds ago and now says 6:10. The bad guy was lying face down, now he’s face up. And Where did the hole in the floor come from? Okay, this one is an obvious thing, and usually occurs during production while being shot. The Script Supervisor is responsible for ensuring that these little issues never happen. Read more »
Our subject this week is Timing. Many people confuse this with Pacing. So what is Timing? Timing is the time span between action and reaction. Trust me, you do not want to ruin your scene by a reaction coming in at the wrong time. Bad timing is like watching a bad dancer trying to find the beat of the music. Scene: The man fires the gun at the unsuspecting Jimmy B. The gunshot is explosive in the small lab of Dr. Evilguy. Jimmy B. flinches and ducks. For the sake of argument, (not that you’d ever do this) imagine Jimmy B. Read more »
February 28th @ midnight Eastern Standard Time, the CineCoup competition launches. Angel of Death is poised and ready to take on all comers in the sprint to the finish, for the $1million funding prize. Stay tuned for more updates as they occur. Please support our project’s success by logging on to Cinecoup.ca and signing up as a fan. Its free to join, and gives you the say in what movie proposal makes it through to the end!
Hi All, Our subject today is pacing. Take your hands and clap them together. Clap slower….good…now faster….good. You’ve just adjusted your pace. Think of each clap as a cut in your video. What’s pacing got to do with anything? The pace at which images come to us can directly affect how the scene flows. Let’s set a couple of scenes, each of them 10 seconds long: Scene One – :10 Imagine a romantic kiss at sunset. We hear the flowing music, the red sunset rims out their features in gold, the man leans toward the woman, the shape of their Read more »