Welcome back to the Ghetto Film School.
This is Part 2 of how to write and shoot a high-quality film without any money or very little money.
Yes, you can follow my easy step-by-step film making plan.
If you have not taken, completed, or reviewed the first part of this free screenplay course, please visit Part 1.
Ask your cast and crew for old stuff they might be planning to throw away. All of this adds to your movie. It adds more flavor and reality.
As you review Scene 7 through Scene 12 on the next page of this course, I will point out the key parts that were used to create Page 2 of Royal Love Story From The Grave.
As you watch and review the movie clip on the next page, begin watching at 0:13 seconds and stop watching at 0:19 seconds.
You should watch this short clip over and over and over again. There are a few ghetto items in each of the shots.
In my film clip, the picture frames were either free or cost only $2.00 at the most. All color photos in the picture frames were taken with an inexpensive cell phone camera and then printed on a very old printer.
All clothing came from each cast member’s personal collection of clothes. I rented the military uniform for under $30.00.
When I began writing the first version of Royal Love Story From The Grave, my movie idea was at first just a simple ghost story...
After I was granted free access to the house where I would be filming, I wrote a second version of my film script to include things that were already inside the house. The house was already full of antique furniture. (this section continues on the next page)
You have reached the end of the Ghetto Film School 2 - Part 2 at EducateZap’s Film School Online.
The third part of your film script writing course helps make your film script different!
Please click to visit and learn more in Part 3...
If you have a question about this part of my distance class, please ask in the online classroom.
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