|Posted by Elwin Green on January 25, 2013 at 7:30 PM|
Luminaria Productions LLC, the publisher of "Homewood Nation," has released a short film that first appeared on public access television to the wider world via the Internet.
"I Will Love You Always," a 12-minute romantic drama with a twist, was written and directed by Elwin Green, and aired on PCTV-21 in July, 2008. Yesterday, it was uploaded to Luminaria's YouTube channel.
In a lengthy post on his personal blog, "ReVisions," Green explains that in placing the film online, he hopes to do more than have people enjoy watching a well-done story.
"[A] lot of people want to make short films, but they don't want to write them - their hearts are set on directing, not writing. Some of them would gladly pay for a short script if they knew how to find a writer. Some might pay to use an existing script, especially if the price is in line for a No/Lo-budget project..."
So the film's description on its YouTube page includes a link to a webpage where interested filmmakers can download a copy of the script and a Producer's License that gives them right to produce their version of it, for "a nominal fee" of $9.99.
"I Will Love You Always" is one of five short scripts written by Green that Luminaria is offering to other filmmakers in this fashion, under the collective title "Quick Flicks."
Man. Writing about myself in the third person feels weird.