Writing a television script begins by creating the entire story arch for the span of the season, writing each episode as a chapter within the main storyline and using a text editing program to compose the final draft. Compose a script for a television show with helpful tips from an independent filmmaker in this free video on film. Expert: Nathan Boehme Contact: nathans-reel.com Bio: Nathan Boehme is a writer, director and editor who currently lives and works in Los Angeles, Calif. Filmmaker: Nathan Boehme
The original is available for download and distribution at why-war.com and the license agreement is at www.why-war.com This film was created by micah, a Why War? board member, and Juliet Lashinsky-Revene, an independent filmmaker living in New York City. It was originally produced for the Visual Ethnography class at Swarthmore College taught by Professor Miguel Diaz-Barriga. Its Eyes treats surveillance cameras as a biological organism slowly taking control of our urban space. Filmed on location in the Chelsea Market and Harlem, Its Eyes explores concepts of control, technological innovation, and surveillance through a subversion of the nature film genre.