Hey guys, I came across this great article on collaboration when working on script. I find it so good and true. Since film making is collaborative, this article is worth to read. So I'd love to hear your opinion as filmmaker on this article and topic "collaboration". What are your common challenges on collaborating when working on your film? What tactics, tools have you employed to collaborate with your team and - if you work on the music (which i do) - communicate with your composers, keep the track of the feedback and be on the same page? In my team we have this endless feedback loop on music through emails/chats and need to export a different film for every piece of music we’re considering. Sometimes it’s hard to follow which film is the latest version with what feedback. Can we discuss methods and tools we can use on this to ease and shorten the work time?
What were/are your biggest difficulties working and collaborating with your team in your film project?
Skip Press's answer: I just posted this old article I wrote for Scriptwriter mag in the UK so I’ll share it again now here. SCRIPTWRITER MAGAZINE ISSUE 14 JANUARY 2004 FROM OUR HOLLYWOOD CORRESPONDENT If you can’t collaborate well, stay away from Hollywood. Scriptwriting is collaborative writ...