Tuesday, 23 September 2008

resources galore for movie making

Since I discovered the filmcamp and their "grassroots film-makers grant", I've found a hazar resources to plunder. And I'm discovering story ideas from both heaven and hell.

One resource is www.simplyscript.com where I can find virtually every modern movie's script available:
Star wars (romance and the dark side's use of power), Shawshank Redemption (intelligence wins vengence), The Scarlett Letter (a woman's lack of definition, and persecution, in the absence of male courage), The Aviator (the story of a male ego's growth and death in isolation) are all movies that interest me.

Which one would you pick?

1 comment:

venkhat said...

Most movies dont need their scripts read if they are only dishum dishum movies of indian style, couples running around trees sharing their duets with nature.
The movies of dubbed nature where we have william smith talking in tamil in our talkies sure need a backing.
i found the recent 2012 a necessity.