LAUNCHING FEBRUARY 1, 2019
LATIN HORROR is please to relaunch one of its most beloved filmmaker engagement projects from its original analog site: SCENE AUTOPSY, where we showcase a sample scene from a horror filmmaker’s film along side the scene’s script sides and have a constructive cinephile discussion about the post. Simple enough. But seeing how it went from script-to-screen—and subsequent participant’s varied takes on the content and related input—is a ton of fun, and a great film school! Here’s how it works:
Select a film you have made, AND
1. Provide an artistic statement about the work, including some behind-the-scenes information about the production. (200 words or less).
2. Provide a short set-up of the scene (100 words or less).
3. Select and export a high-quality clip (1920×1080) of a scene from the film (up to a five minutes) in the following video formats: .MOV, .MPEG4, .MP4, .AVI, .WMV.
OR, Upload your clip to either Youtube or Vimeo and provide us with the link (public viewing option, no password protection).
4. Provide the related script sides/pages for the scene (as a PDF file).
5. A high resolution still from the movie that will be used as the featured cover image.
We will create a dedicated SCENE AUTOPSY page on LATIN HORROR (website) for your submission, and share it via our social media and in our e-newsletter.
Then folks can READ the Script | WATCH the clip | DISCUSS.
Only mediamakers subscribed with LATIN HORROR can participate (it’s only fair) — http://latinhorror.com/subscribe
Accepting submissions starting February 1, 2019!