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Ohio Ag Net Podcast | Ep. 117 | The team prepares for the Ohio Crop Tour.

first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest The 117th episode of the Ohio Ag Net Podcast, sponsored by AgriGold. includes hosts Joel Penhorwood, Matt Reese, Kolt Buchenroth, and Bart Johnson. On today’s episode, the team discusses their upcoming plans for the Ohio Crop Tour. Matt gets a dry farm update with Dylan Baer and Andrew Armstrong, our Between the Rows farmers. Finally, we hear from Katherine Bell, an ag teacher at Liberty Center, who talks with Dale Minyo about her experiences as an educator.last_img read more

Learn the The Art of Hollywood Storytelling

first_imgPolish your script and learn the secrets of Hollywood storytelling from three professional story consultants.I recently stumbled onto this vast archive of interviews with filmmakers who work in positions that you don’t often get access to. There are interviews (broken up into handily titled sections) with storyboard artists, script consultants, production managers, focus pullers, compositors, and many more. Unfortunately for me, as a non-Swedish speaker, most of the interviews are in the participants native language, which I believe is Swedish!That said, I’ve pulled out this trio of interviews with three professional story consultants and script doctors, all speaking in English, who have great insight to share on improving your storytelling and filmmaking abilities.Script and Story ConsultantsChris Soth, Michael Hauge and Linda Seger are all story consultants. This means they’ve been called in to help filmmakers like Will Smith on I Am Legend, Hancock, and The Karate Kid, or Ron Howard on (apparently) every one of his movies since Apollo 13, to help restructure the film and ensure the character arcs and motivations are working as well as they can.“Story is the most important thing, everything comes after. and if you’re serious about being a filmmaker, and that means being serious about being a storyteller you have to understand structure.” – Chris SothLinda Segar’s bestselling book How to Make a Good Script Great, is personally endorsed by Ron Howard, and after working on over 2000 scripts and a 30+ year career, she certainly knows her stuff. In this video, Linda shares her thoughts on the best way to make it as a writer, which sadly, involves no short cuts.Writers write. you need to get writing and you need to get a number of scripts written. Rarely do you sell your first script. Sometimes in the US people say you need to write at least five scripts, and spend at least five years learning the craft. And then maybe, you’ll sell it, or get an agent or have something happen with it… it’s learning the art in yourself and bringing that out and learning the craft.Michael Hauge, who can be found on Story Mastery.com, shares some elementary advice for the things writers need to do to write their first script well.One of the things I recommend that writers do, that sometimes are either too obvious, or writers don’t think of it. Number one, you gotta read screenplays. I encouter a lot of people who hire me to consultant on their screenplay and pay a lot of money to do that, and I’ll say ‘Well how many scripts have you read.’ and they’ll say ‘Well, I’ve read three.’ And it’s like, you can’t possibly master a craft when you’ve only seen three examples of it being done.A fantastic resource for script writers (that gives you over four hundred examples of different ways of approaching screenwriting elements) is the Mentorless series of script breakdowns, How Did They Write That. Essentially you can see how the writer achieved various things from introducing a character, or writing an action scene, or a phone call, or a description of a character and much more.It’s a brilliant way to quickly see how numerous professional screenwriters approach the task in their own style.The Art of the StoryboardAs an added bonus, there is also this extended interview with storyboard artist Giuseppe Cristiano on how he approaches his storyboard art work and craft. In this first video you get a tour of the tools Cristiano likes to work with and pick up this handy tip…You’ll notice that I use a red pencil [for the initial sketch], and that’s something that you use in animation, so that you can do your clean up in pen, and scan them in you can remove the red pencil [digitally].You can check out more of Cristiano’s storyboards on his site.What resources do you use for pre-production? Share in the comments below.last_img read more

Sean Anthony deflects credit for tremendous night for NorthPort

first_imgOil plant explodes in Pampanga town The do-it-all forward posted an all-around performance that consisted of 22 points, nine rebounds, five assists, and seven steals in NorthPort’s 95-90 win over NLEX but Anthony said it wasn’t just him who came up big for his team.“It’s not an individual performance and I think the whole team stepped up today as you saw,” said Anthony Sunday at Smart Araneta Coliseum. “That has been the big difference for us so far, having a lot of guys step up.”FEATURED STORIESSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSUrgent reply from Philippine ‍football chiefSPORTSWin or don’t eat: the Philippines’ poverty-driven, world-beating pool stars“I think we have multiple guys who scored on double figures, which is huge. We’re not really reliant on just a couple of players,” added Anthony.Anthony did have three more teammates who put more than 10 points in the game with rookie third overall pick Robert Bolick putting up 14 points while big man Moala Tautuaa had 18 points and 11 rebounds. Stanley Pringle also finished in double figures with 11 points with nine rebounds and two steals.Anthony may have downplayed any praises directed at him but his head coach Pido Jarencio was more than willing to give his player the due accolade.“That kind of performance is natural to him, he’s the player that really fights,” said Jarencio in Filipino. “He’s the consistent player among us and even though he came off the bench he still delivered.”Jarencio also used Anthony on a different capacity since he bumped the small forward to the power forward spot to create a speed mismatch against NLEX’ big men in Poy Erram and JR Quiñahan.Anthony admitted that he was at the disadvantage in terms of size since his 6-foot-4 frame is four-inches shorter than Erram’s and his 200-lb body weighs less than Quiñahan’s 235-lb.ADVERTISEMENT ‘We are too hospitable,’ says Sotto amid SEA Games woes Private companies step in to help SEA Games hosting Oil plant explodes in Pampanga town US judge bars Trump’s health insurance rule for immigrants PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games PLAY LIST 02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City01:07Trump talks impeachment while meeting NCAA athletes02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games02:11Trump awards medals to Jon Voight, Alison Krauss View comments Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. center_img MANILA, Philippines—Sean Anthony just had one of the best games of his career but he was quick to downplay his individual brilliance and instead chose to praise his teammates rather than focus on himself.ADVERTISEMENT SEA Games hosting troubles anger Duterte LATEST STORIES Yeng Guiao sees NLEX 0-2 start as feeling-out phase Lacson backs proposal to elect president and vice president in tandem MOST READ Grace Poe files bill to protect govt teachers from malicious accusations Still, he used his speed to outplay the bigger players of the Road Warriors.“As a 4, I’m undersized compared to the other 4s but I think what we lack in size we make up for in speed, heart, hustle, that kind of stuff,” said Anthony. “Mo stepped up and Brad [Guinto] had a great game last time.”“I think our bigs are doing alright and we match up with some real tough bigs in Quiñahan and Erram ad we held our own tonight.”Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Nextlast_img read more

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