INT. NJ FILM SCHOOL - DAY
A dark studio (located minutes from Routes 22, 24, and 78).
Movie lights come to life and illuminate two aspiring actors. In the shadows around them is a crew of talented students.
Quiet on the set. Rolling. Action.
The camera, attached to a dolly and jib, begins slowly rolling across the floor and gaining height.
Gosh darnit, I don't know how to make a movie. I feel so lost and confused.
Don't be so glum. You should try taking classes with NJ Film School. They offer courses on screenwriting, acting, sound, lighting, editing, directing, and even special effects. Class size is limited, it's hands on, and they have classes for kids, teens, and adults. It's easy and super fun.
Gee whiz, that sounds like a great idea.
Cut. That was perfect and that's a wrap.
The cast and crew applaud each other.
Next week we'll talk about irony, satire, and the difference between a "best boy" and a "key grip".