Screenwriting Degree: 61 Best Schools to Consider

Getting a screenwriting degree can open many doors for you in the world of film and television. The courses you take when getting a screenwriting degree help you to think critically and creatively, prepare you for a job post-college, and connect you with lifelong...

Screenwriter Class: 20 Best Classes to Consider

A screenwriter class teaches you what you need to know when writing for television or film. Aspiring filmmakers take this type of class to sharpen their skills and receive feedback that can help them grow their craft. Best Screenwriter Classes Enrolling in a good...

Screenplay Format: Everything You Need to Know

Screenplay format refers to the content elements and on-page style of a script using a standard format by the film, television, and commercial industries. Standard Screenplay Format: 12-point Courier Font 1.5 inch left margin 1-inch right margin (between 0.5 inches...

Screenplay Examples: 70+ Examples of Top Hollywood Films

When you’re planning out your next visual storytelling project, creating the treatment, or writing the actual script, you can refer to screenplay examples to guide you. These examples are fully written scripts that have been produced in the industry, and many...

Rotoscoping: Everything You Need to Know

Rotoscoping (also known as ‘roto’) is an animation technique that involves tracing over live-action footage frame by frame, which produces graphic assets for both animated and live-action projects. Animator Max Fleischer invented rotoscoping in 1915 to...

Prop Master: Everything You Need To Know

Prop masters, or property masters, make sure that actors have the right props when they need them while staying within budget. Prop masters usually work in offices for production companies or freelance for multiple organization and report to production designers,...

Production Designer: Everything You Need to Know

A production designer is in charge of developing and implementing the visual concept of a theater, film, television, or other media production. They work closely with the producer and director to identify an appropriate design style for locations, sets, props,...

Production Design: Everything You Need to Know

Production design includes all the visual elements that make up the concept of a theater production, television program, or film. The Creators of Worlds Production designers are responsible for overseeing the overall look and feel of a production, working with a team...

Producer: Everything You Need to Know

A producer is someone who works on all aspects of a film or TV project, including: Development Pre-production Production Post-production Release Producers will work on a project starting with the draft of a script through to the film’s release in theaters and...

Pan Shot: Everything You Need to Know

Pan shots, sometimes referred to as panning, are a basic yet extremely effective camera technique in which you move the camera horizontally from a fixed point to capture a panorama. To create a pan shot, you change turn the camera to the left of right without altering...
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