We go to the Springwatch set to find out how good storytelling can really catch peoples’ attention. BBC Producer, Neil Cartmell, tells us it’s the personal touch that counts.
BBC Producer, Neil Cartmell, has been on the Springwatch set to find out first hand what you need to have a good storyline for your film. He learns that your story needs to be as personal as possible to help people to understand how you feel and that preparing what you say and how you say it, before you start filming is important if you want to get this right.
By Georgey Spanswick
15th March 2011
By Neil Cartmell
19th August 2009
Decide the details of your story
Plan who tells it
Personal is powerful
Think about your style of filming
Remember your audience
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