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6 Film Making Tips From Edgar Wright

by Scott Beggs.

For most of us, our perfect Sunday includes a quiet read of the paper, a piping cup of our favorite tea leaf or coffee bean-based beverage and a hundredth screening of one of Edgar Wright‘s movies.

With Shaun of the Dead and everything beyond, he’s been able to blend intimate character arcs (right down to the music) with genre tropes in a way that pretty much no one else has managed. He’s lovingly subverted genres while delivering us new fence-hopping heroes and a honed sense of comedy.

So here’s a bit of free film school (for fans and filmmakers alike) from a man famous for his work on Going Live!.

Read the test of this article from Film School Rejects.

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