Designing For Cinema: Beyond the Page, Set, Screen, and In-Between

About the Workshop

The script is a blueprint for cinematic design, not just story. It encompasses tone, movement, and emotion. But it doesn’t stop there. Design includes color, sound, and music. The pacing of scenes, the cadence of the dialogue, and the rhythm of the cuts are all part of the grand design. This lecture will cover how a filmmaker incorporates all of these elements under the pressures of time, budget, and personalities. “Fasten your seat belts. It’s going to be a bumpy night.”

About the Speaker

George Escobar

Co-founder of Advent Film Group and award-winning screenwriter, George writes and directs features & documentaries while mentoring Christian filmmakers.

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