As an indie filmmaker, I know I have real problems is people say to me, ‘yeah, your movie… it had great titles!’ No indie film EVER sold more tickets, DVD’s, downloads, foreign territories (or whatever metric you care to use) because the titles were cool. And yet I still see low budget movies where the […]
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Should you use a title sequence for your movie?
By Chris Jones on July 12, 2011 in Tips, Titles 0
Last week I posted about the importance of script and movie titles – you can read it here. But that sparked a small debate about title sequences and how indie film makers should approach them. I spent some time browsing the amazing Art Of The Title Sequence website (http://www.artofthetitle.com/) watching breathtaking title sequences from my […]
Top Ten Tips For Titling Your Movie
By Chris Jones on July 9, 2011 in Tips, Titles 10
Is the title of your film killing its chances? Consider, the title for your film or script is the VERY FIRST thing most people will experience about it. The first question asked is usually ‘what’s it called?’ And like all first impressions, you want it to be a good one. As humans, we make immediate […]