Currently looking for short films, skits, and feature screenplays. Ultra low budget & Minimal locations. Use contact form for inquiries. close ×
+

*69 Behind The Scenes – Episode 3 – Part 2 – FILM SCHOOL

Here is Part 2 of the 3rd episode of *69 Behind the Scenes. This one covers our experiences with FILM SCHOOL and other people’s negativity when starting a project.

Part 3: “MAKING A FILM – JUST DO IT!” — COMING SOON!

Leave comments below, let us know what you think on film school and other people’s negativity when you plan a project and let us know what YOU want to see in future episodes!

***FOR DIRECTING, EDITING, COLORIST SERVICES – Email Me Here***

Subscribe to Paul DV’s blog in a reader

OR

Subscribe to Director Paul Del Vecchio’s Blog by Email

***WE WILL NOT GIVE OUT YOUR EMAIL AT ALL

http://www.triple-e-productions.net
http://www.myspace.com/pauldv
http://tripleeblog.com
http://www.twitter.com/pauldv


Bookmark and Share

Share : facebooktwittergoogle plus
pinterest


4 Responses

Leave us a comment


  • KaMeek Lucas Taitt on

    Definitely agree as far as film school is concerned! RR’s book showed me and a lot of people like us that if you have the passion, anything can happen. Keep up the good work!


    • Triple E Productions on

      Yes! Thanks so much! It’s just about working hard and getting real experience.

      Thanks for the comment!

      Paul Del Vecchio


  • Radovic on

    I agree what you had to say about the film school stuff. You learn the basic and get connections but its in the real world and by trying you learn to make movies.

    But the part when you say it pays to be naive I dissagree. I think it pays to be stubborn AND listen to what other people have to say aswell. Use the knowledge and learn from other peoples mistakes. Dont do the same mistake that allready been done by someone else, its saves you time!

    Thanks for this episode, admire your passion and initiative. Keep up the good work and thanks for sharing.

    /Radovic


    • Triple E Productions on

      I hear what you’re saying! Maybe “naive” is the wrong word. “Stubborn” is a better word or maybe just “optimistic.” I personally knew it was going to be a lot of work making my feature film and I’m proud that I did it. There were so many negative people saying that it will never happen.

      After I completed my film, I saw one of those people and he knew I had made a feature. I asked him what’s next for him and right away, almost snapping at me, he said, “I’m doing a feature.” Since then, to this day, I haven’t even seen a short film from him. So basically, it seems like it was out of pride or something that he had to snap at me.

      If people stopped wasting all that energy being negative and just went for it, there would be a lot less jealousy or whatever it is. Just go for it, know it’s going to be hard work and it’s going to take dedication from EVERYONE involved, and work your asses off.

      Thanks for your comment!

      Paul Del Vecchio


Leave a Reply