Today we'll look at an episode of The Remarkable Ones and break down the plot so you can see exactly what makes the story work.
The Remarkable Ones, Episode 4
Meet Shane Hurlbut. He's a leading cinematographer in Hollywood, sought out by Hollywood's most in-demand directors. But this wasn't always the case. Shane came from humble beginnings, working on the family farm. Learn how Shane built his success—and how he's giving that success right back.
For two years, the Muse team has been working on a passion project that is near and dear to our hearts, but we hadn't figured out how to bring it to life... until now.
Tune in to our first-ever podcast to listen along as we push our passion project forward, trying against the odds to secure enough support to sustain our dream of creating a second season of our original series, The Remarkable Ones.
Over the years, I've been fortunate enough to conduct workshops in countries across the world. Regardless of where I find myself, there is one thing that they all have in common.
As soon as the workshop is done for the day, there's at least a handful of people who have a clip pulled up on their phone or laptop and are hoping to get some 1-on-1 feedback.
Making time is the easy part. The challenge is finding a new way to say the same thing over and over again. You quickly start to notice that there is a pattern in the feedback. I've long wanted to put together a list of the most common mistake we've seen from filmmakers across the globe (and we've certainly made all of these many times over as well).
Here are the top 5 mistakes we've seen from filmmakers worldwide.