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People (your audience and our audiences) have very good imaginations. Fight scenes, sex scenes, irrelevant poker games…the list goes on and on. Either way your audience wants to feel changed by watching your work so give them something here.There really aren’t many occasions where it’s acceptable for lengthy titles (or credits) – so avoid them. We need to know the essence of the drama, this is what makes film festival audiences sit forward.The film and scene opens immediate behind the head of a man walking with purpose, wearing what looks like a black woollen hat on his head… The camera moves and zooms Po V from the man toward the drummer in the band… Enter scenes and start dialogue at breaking points.Simply email us at [email protected]– tell us which festival(s) you’d like to submit to and we’ll send you the discount codes… It is a waste of screen time and in many films where the title credits are 3 maybe even 4 minutes long : audiences disengage, start talking to one another, remove themselves from the initial intention to watch the work.The mistake is easy to make because at times the short filmmaker is wanting to replicate their favourite feature films beginning, but it doesn’t work. The first act of your story could start and end on the first page, in the first minute, without any dialogue.…The man walks into a busy bar, a band is playing, Irish voices and the clinks of pint glasses are heard, the man pulls a black balaclava over his face. Drummer “Fuck” That’s a fairly decent set-up for a short film. When you are devising/writing and coming up with scenes within your work, try to keep the narrative dialogue as small as possible.Straight in, no bs (that will come later), no dialogue until the absolute breaking point… Characters don’t need to be talking, telling the audience who’s who, explaining the complicated plot points, or waffling on about nothing.
“I’m tired” is nowhere near as dramatic as seeing a character nearly fall asleep or yawn – we empathise with the physicality of feeling, so show the feeling, don’t tell it and the audience will respond – probably by yawning back – but that’s a good yawn.
Enter the scene late and leaving too early are great writing habits to get into. These are the occasional feedback elements we get back from judge to judge, film to film.
“These creatures are among us, although morphologically they do not differ from us; we must not posit a difference of essence, but a difference of behaviour.” – Phillip K.
Dick Short film story structure is a difficult point in terms of education.
Notably, three acts within 10/15 pages can be extremely difficult to get in there when writing based on a solid idea you may have. Title credits have a strange place within a short film.