Three minute scene.
HOW IT WORKS:
Each week Bronte draws three prompts:
- Additional guiding word
Marni then has three days to write a three-minute scene
They then have three days to have it filmed, edited and ready to upload
The films are uploaded to @threeinthree but even better, the entire creative journey is captured and posted on the page. We want to share the process of making a short film as well as the finished product.
Threeinthree is open to all, simply check in to see the words of the week, get a crew together, film and upload to your socials. Make sure you tag @threeinthree so we can share.
Threeinthree began in a brainstorm between Marni Little and Bronte Bearce about how they could make fast, high-quality content that was original and fresh.
The pair wanted to engage the talent around them - writers, actors, cinematographers, producers, editors, sound and lighting to bring together groups of people for short, 3-minute scenes.
Working in comedy is collaborative, and so the process should be, so they sought to join every element of short-film making together in a fun and easily accessible way.