Those who can’t do, teach. And those who can’t make movies, watch. There ain’t one dang thing wrong with that and who’s to say we can’t learn a little sumthin along the way? Starting next week, tune into this here blog for LAST CALL Film School, a multi-week crash course on the basic principles of movie-makin as taught through the flicks of The Last Drive-In plus a few surprises. Learn the basics of cinematography, editing, characterization and fancy French terms like mis-en-scene (otherwise known as “arrangin stuff”).
So turn down the lights, grab some popcorn and a couple hundred Lone Stars. The LAST CALL is s about to take you to school.
Next week’s lesson: POV (Point of View)