Welcome to a new CINESTUDY interactive project. For this one, we need you to not only edit our footage, but to shoot the other half of the scene!
We have a screenplay and all the footage for one half of the short film. Now you will have to shoot the other half. You can use your phone, a DSLR, a cinema camera or whatever you have available to you.
You will need an ACTOR, a CAMERA, AUDIO RECORDING, and a LOCATION to shoot at.
Then you can edit the whole film together!
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All we ask is that you use the complete credits either in your movie or in the description online. And don’t for get to use our Hashtags #Cinestudy #Sonnyboo and you can upload your version of the short film.
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Maya Sayre & _____________
Written & Directed by
Peter John Ross
Gary Whittingham, III (Museum) &
Joanne Fromes & Peter John Ross
Walter G. Nalley
Special thanks to
Columbus Museum of Art
Production Partners Media
Screen Actors Guild
Brought to you in part by FXhome.com and Student Filmmaker Magazine
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INT. MUSEUM – DAY
SAMANTHA talks on her phone to HEATHER.
How can you do this to me? You knew
how much I liked Steve!
INT. / EXT. WHEREVER YOU WANT – DAY
You get to decide where Heather’s scene takes place.
is the more confident of the two friends and she has stolen
Samantha’s crush for herself. Heather feels bad for doing
But you never talked to him. Steve
asked me out.
That doesn’t mean you have to say
Since you didn’t ever talk to him
and he asked me out, that ended
your social contract. I’m in the
Social contract? What social
contract? Did you even think about
my feelings when you went out?
You’ve gone out more than once? Can
you believe she did this to me?
Look. I like him, okay? Steve’s not
really your type.
How would I know? You swooped in
and took him before I even had a
chance. You are such a Pretentious.
Evil. Skanky. Unreliable. Selfish.
No good. Backstabbing.
Supercilious (it means you’re
condescending, which you are too).
Haughty. Presumptuous. And, you’re
a bitch. (alternate, “And, you look
fat in jeans”).
Steve has a friend. He’s a lawyer.
His friend is a lawyer? He asked
about me? What does he look like?
What kind of shoes did he have?
Don’t tell him about that time I
drank too much and made out with
the bartender after Shirley’s
bachelorette party, okay? Oh, did
you tell him that I make the best
Heather rolls her eyes and holds the phone away from her