Do you need business partners?

•Do I need partners?
One rule that I’ve used is that if someone is critical to helping me achieve the goals that I have set for the company, offer them some form of equity. If not, make them an employee (possibly a highly paid employee), if justified.

•Goals
Make sure you and your partner have the same goals. It is very important.

•Who’s going to do what?

While the partners will most likely wear multiple hats at the start, there should be a delineation of responsibilities with assigned roles that play to each individual’s strengths.

•How will we resolve conflicts?

Air them out.

I think that having agreements in writing lets everyone involved have a clear understanding of what is being proposed. Put signatures down and be willing to revisit the operating agreement as required.

•How will we dissolve the partnership?

Hope that it never gets to this point, but be prepared just in case.
While no one goes into a partnership with the intent of ending it prematurely, life events or a change in strategy may mean one or more partners want out.

Read more here in detail if you are seriously thinking about going into business. For the industry maybe you just want to contract people to assist with your production or work with a production team. This seems easier to me this way you deal with you and the main few partners you work with. Keep in mind its your business so be cautious and take your time with any deal or contract you commit to.

http://www.forbes.com/sites/ericbasu/2013/05/14/six-crucial-questions-to-ask-when-picking-a-business-partner/

Characters in movie

Your character should have a goal in the story. It can be long term or short term goal. While this character is trying to achieve this goal you need to add some spice. You need to some twist, drama , action or suspense to make this goal doable or not.

Ok writers let’s get to work . 2014 is coming lets get some good movies on the big screen.

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What are u doing?

While you are sleeping and preparing for the New Year. Www.mickiraproductions.com is up creating a great story to hit the screen.

I applaud writers. It’s very challenging to tell a story that all types of people can understand. It’s not a great story if only you understand it. You want your viewers to know the point of your story.
What are some ways you prepare to write a story?

We began with a great story idea. Then we created the characters to help tell the story. We are so excited to have the option to experience this great journey.

What is your story climax?

The story climax is the high point of your movie. It is where it all goes down. It’s when the hero finds its conflict. Now it’s either the conflict  or the character. Either the character victors over the conflict or fails and the conflict beats the character. 

The climax is usually place near the end of the movie. Everything that happens before sets up the climax. The audience will saying “what?” After the scene settles and we watch how things will end up.

What is your story climax?

 

 

Writing a Script

Want to write a movie

Did you ask yourself these questions?

Do I know what I want to write about? 

  • Your passion will come through in the writing if you pick the area in movies you love.  What genre? What is your favorite movies? You definitely should pick an area you have love to watch. You will need to watch movies in these genres and learn how they told the story. Your passion will come through in the writing. 

  • Who will be your main character?
  • Hopefully you already have a clear idea for a movie and know exactly who it will be about. You can get ideas for characters in a lot of places –You should create a character profile to identify details about each character. You should provide as much detail as you can. You may not use all the characteristics in your script, but at least you have something to work with.

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Role Playing

Role playing.
Actors who really connect with their characters do they become more believable? Do you think the actor is capable of being like that character in the real world? Can some of these actors be affected by some roles played? For example how many of you believed, Leonardo who played Django can be racist? Many say he was so believable, he must be racist. Kerry mention how emotional she got when she played her role. She felt emotional during the beating and her rape scene. Could this affect her mentally?

I watched this video The Standford Experiment. It shows how when given a role and put in the environment how real things become.

“The Roles that people play can shape their behavior and attitudes.”

 

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