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Studiobiner’s 30 Ways to Brainstorm Short Film Ideas You Can Actually Produce Infographic #ArtTuesday

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From Studiobinder.com:

An unproduced feature script has a .3 percent chance of being made in Hollywood. Short film ideas, on the other hand, can be made for significantly less money, increasing their chances of being produced.

But writing contained short films takes a very specific skill set. With a limited production and narrative scope, knowing how to write a short film starts with carefully curating your ideas.

That said, let’s dive into 30 ways to brainstorm short film ideas you can actually produce.

See the full infographic here!


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