Nearly all filmmakers get their start by shooting short works, and doing so is an excellent way for secondary Media students to learn about story structure, visual language and camera equipment. Brett Lamb provides a handy guide for students on the techniques to follow and the mistakes to avoid as a first-time short filmmaker.
Teaching Media, middle years, senior secondary, Robert McKee, Blake Snyder, David Howard, three-act structure, genre, tone, character, audience engagement, climax, resolution, closing shot, screenwriting, pre-production, casting, the Kuleshov effect
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