While I am getting ready to start my short movie project, and bring this blog to real life, this post brings you my thoughts about “Spiderman 3″ and the problems the writers perhaps had with the story design – which lead to the movie we have today and in all eternity. Why do I write it now? Don’t even try to ask…

Introduction

After sitting and watching ‘Spiderman 3′ for this two and a half hours I thought that the movie had BIG potential (and a ridiculously BIG budget) but fell flat because of certain circumstances. If you are not living on the moon you should either have seen the movie or at least heard of the fan reactions if not the normal moviegoer, therefore I spare you with the plot details

The Trailer Competition Revisited

by Gunther Heinrich, 6 Oct 2007 in Creative

It’s been some days already since I entered a trailer competition using footage from the movie ‘The Nines’. Enough time to cool down and think about my personal lessons learned.

Before I start with this lessons learned list there are two or three things I’d like to write generally: in review this competition was awesome and a great experience though I couldn’t catch one of the first three or ten positions, respectively. But that I no problem at all since I only had three hours of my spare time to bring this piece together.

So, with this being said, let’s start with my lessons learned in no particular order:

the goal to tell some sort of story or plot within the trailer is visible but could have been further enhanced
it is never