Anatomy of a Scene: The Building Blocks of a Memorable Movie

Here’s something of interest from Filmmaking.net:

From the outside looking in, a movie is just a collection of scenes that are tied together. So what separates the great films—the ones that are embedded in our collective consciousness—from the forgettable ones? Several things elevate a movie into being memorable: a great concept, a great cast, and ultimately, a great screenplay.
filmmaking.net articles

%d bloggers like this: