Colm O’Murchu owns Sydney Film Base and the Independent Film Centre located at 1 Villiers Street Parramatta. He is an active film maker who directed and wrote The Makeover 95 minute motion picture and Dealing with Destiny.
You can see the Trailers in Films on this Website. In October he will shoot the $2.2 Million motion picture Absolute Freedom shooting in the USA and in the Australian Outback. He still finds time to teach some sessions on the 4 Month Film Production Course The blog covers how to make your films, the independent Film Market and how to improve the quality of your films. This is a must for the emerging film maker
How to write a professional Screenplay. Part 2: Checklist before you start to write your screenplay. You have totally worked out your story, step by step. You have all the main dramatic scenes checked The Story has being checked and double … Continue reading →
The last Melbourne 4 Month Film Course of 2014 starts today Tuesday August 26th 2014 and the final Sydney Film Course of 2014 starts soon on Thursday October 2nd 2014. We do have a social event for film networkers and … Continue reading →
I am writing about editing a film today because it is close to my heart. I feel so many times a film is made or broken in the edit. In my personal opinion, it is the most challenging and difficult … Continue reading →
It’s two weeks since my last post and Valeska and I have finally arrived back from Myanmar (Burma). I thought that this week, I would write about the experience of travel and the fun of going to a country that … Continue reading →
I am out of town this week. Yes, I am currently on a bus travelling between Yangoon and Bagan in Burma (Myanmar). As always, I have my camera shooting as much as I can of what I see on the … Continue reading →
To people in the know, film making is a Director and Editor’s Medium. What is meant by this statement, is that the screen actor who acts in the film is only one of many contributors to the whole process. However, … Continue reading →
A shot list is a list of shots that are used to cover a scene. An experienced Film Director will always want to get the best and maximum coverage of shots necessary to tell the story of that scene. Often … Continue reading →
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