Have you ever watched a film set in a specific location of the world, only to find that the filmmakers didn’t actually film at that said location causing you to jump out your seat, jab a finger at the screen and gasp in horror?
I’m looking at you Fargo.
So after several attempts of dyeing my mother’s hair pink through fits of laughter, I’ve decided to write about one of the things I encountered during the writing process of Frozen Lake: PROCRASTINATION.
I’m always shocked by how much other people’s words affect me.
Be it positive or negative.
Last year I started planning my first ever feature length screenplay: Frozen Lake.
At first Frozen Lake was just a little idea that I forced my head to conjure up in order to pass one of my second year film modules.
We were told to write a treatment for a feature film idea with the intention of transforming it into a whole script in our final year of our film degree as our discipline.