This video offers first-time filmmakers guidance on how to turn their story into a script and storyboard. The video explores the basic structure of a script and storyboard. The video also covers the importance of understanding all of the creative decisions as story-telling decisions. This video series was produced for young people producing short films with Balik Arts. The videos are accompanied by face-to-face mentoring session with Independent Film Trust CEO, Charlotte Knowles.
Character development: in order to write your script, you need to develop your characters.
Take a look at these links for some helpful advice on developing characters: https://www.masterclass.com/articles/writing-tips-for-character-development#why-is-character-development-important
Storyboarding doesn’t need to be complicated.
For some more information on how to turn your script into a storyboard, check out these links: https://www.masterclass.com/articles/how-to-make-a-storyboard-for-a-film
In order to storyboard, you also need to know what different shots mean.
To brush up on your shot sizes, angles and movements, check out this link: https://www.studiobinder.com/blog/types-of-camera-shots-sizes-in-film/