Category: Screenwriting @fr

24 cinéastes internationaux porteurs de projets de long-métrages utilisant effets visuels (VFX) ou 3D relief ont été sélectionnés pour participer au programme 2015 du Cross Channel Film Lab. Le coup d’envoi a été donné lundi 15 juin par un workshop de 4 jours à l’Université de Falmouth, en Cornouailles britannique. Sélectionné par MEDIA (Europe Créative), […]

David Vital-Durand participated in the Cross Channel Film Lab in 2013.  You can find out more about him and his project Voice of the Deep over here.  We asked him about his career so far and his experience of the Lab. CCFL Training Online Programme 2015 is open for applications.  To find out more about […]

The Cross Channel Film Lab today launches a brand new training programme, designed to help filmmakers working with visual effects and Stereo 3D transform their projects using cutting-edge technology. Supported by Creative Europe, CCFL Training will focus on the development of low to medium budget feature films utilising VFX and Stereo 3D technologies to enhance […]

Six tips on using visual effects in a low budget feature – a light hearted look at some of our research so far, as originally featured on Bang 2 Write – Writing Craft Tips for Screenwriters and Novelists.

Pippa Best shares some of last week’s discussions of Stereo 3D at a low budget: What if Stereo 3D drama wasn’t all about spectacular fly-throughs, sudden shocks and vast expensive landscapes? What if it calmly took us closer to the characters and emotion at the story’s heart?

We’re just back from an inspiring week in Brittany with the partners and consultants – including François Garnier, Claude Bailblé, Jean-Baptiste Lère, Jérémie Apperry, Joséphine Derobe, Rémi Brun, Christophe Lemoine, Marc Heymann and Mathieu Cassegrain To give you a taste of what we discussed, here are some of the tweets and photos from the workshop. […]

Pippa shared this post on how we used the ‘pitch’ in the first phase of the Cross Channel Film Lab. Our script development workshops with UK and French writers and directors honed the process of using a short project ‘pitch’ as a useful development tool.
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