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At the heart of every movie is performance; the interpretation of the words on the page into living breathing characters. ...
But how do you construct a movie that actors can sink their teeth into? Featuring interviews with Miranda Otto and Jeremy Sims.
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Male 1: Video creating a short film or feature film of animation or documentary cinema, first person shoot a game, whatever it is. Character performers will beat its very hard. The script is all dull or they are all plotted because after finding characters. He is literally missing the plot.
Jeremy Sims: What is the most important thing of acting is the ability to believe that you are someone else without thinking about. Kids have it, inspires an adults, some adults have it and other ones as soon as you think about, you are gone.
Male 1: For that characters, you got to experiment a video, without performances, you got to barren landscape or ponder a social theory. Characters carry story and performances read life in the characters.
Male 2: In the most benign document, instructional film needs interesting motivated characters. Great stories are filled by action and told and reveal instruction. This is action not just as a fight scenes that seems where people want something from someone else and fight for it. The story must be alive in human drama. For actors, to embrace that drama and to leave a great performances.
(Movie played) The girl being chased down at dark corridor is certainly dramatic but what makes it powerful and effecting for the viewer, this is what she wants. How she gets there. How badly she wants it. And who the hell is she running from or to. Running for character is about running for action. Because actors can play in action. Is all the actions you write, the bold the performances is can be.
Male 1: So, how do you want it? how do you like the performances. Two screen writers think great performances come to great dialogue. They do not? They come from what is between the words. What is between the dialogue. Great performances come from great actions and great characters.
Jeremy Sims: Here the dialogue is not necessary. The most important aspect of it, is more the sequence of the scenes and the idea behind whether controlling idea of the film is.
Miranda Otto: I think, sometimes in film we get into a certain vocabulary. Where certain things people think that they have to react to certain ways. You know, my dog died I must cry, you know, and I love it when someone really tap into something, and it is completely different to what you would expect. But it is incredible true and that that is the things I really look for.
Now, when I write script. It is so much of it is about being read by people who can fund it and everything gets a bit over explained, like this not a lot of room left. I like look for room to move.
Male 2: You must be real fascinated by your characters, even if the plot is line on dim moments. The strength of your creations can make everything else work.
Give your actors complex characters and they will surprised with stuff that you can never imaging.
Jeremy Sims: It is pretty amazing, what happens when somebody else comes to play while that you think could not be played by anybody else and they bring sorts of other qualities to it that you really have not expect it.
Oh, God. I just worked on a project that had the best dialogue I have ever spoken, which is called “Rough Mind” and Phillips say we have to directed it and Andrew up to writing. It just writes, just brilliant dialogue and who knows, how you write good dialogue. Sometimes you just waited and you got “Wow! This really sings.”
Male 2: In order to care for the characters, we need to move mention about them and their setting.
Actors loved to know details. This back story biography that gives the characters there circumstances. It makes the plan the character far more specific that needs to brave the choices.
Miranda Otto: Someone was asking me, what was hang us around, something like, you know, I never said the directors will fuck you up. You know, 15% work in any way and 5% will really help you. That is not very nice of doing it.
Male 2: Do not be afraid of actors. They will bring your characters to life. Hopefully in ways, that you never expect it.
The kid is unimaginable without being incredible touching relationship between the tramp and the kid. It is base on real human interaction and sublime this duty performances. That is what makes it so powerful even now.
Male 3: We have reach this page and follow a little bit.
Male 1: Work on a little bit.
Male 3: Ah, the, it was on this next exercise.
Male:1 Oh, Yes. Male 3: When will we do that as the running or what you think?
Male 1: Even bring anyway or even zombies in the arts. Otherwise why do you care about them.