Monday, July 29, 2013

One Minute Scare

Too often, I experience student frustration over the limitation to tell a complete story in ten minutes or less. The struggle is to consolidate ideas. Novice writers find the task so daunting they ignore advice from their peers and suffer in production. This short by Jason Eisner takes advantage of constraints. In 60 seconds, he uses three act structure and effective genre tactics to create an interesting film. Check it out and be inspired!

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