Hi, guys, today I would like to talk to you about the movies I produced and
how it went down.
As you might know already, I am passionate about cinema and arts in
I think there is so much you can say while producing a movie, and I love to
create a whole moving environment and context for a unique scenario.
So, the first step to write a good scenario is to place the key elements.
It works a little bit like cooking a dish. You have to judge the right quantity
of each element. None of them can be disproportionately bigger
than the other, and everything has to be coherent while keeping the
For the thriller movie Momentum that I produced in 2019, I knew I wanted
to start the scenario redaction with one idea in mind: create a psychological
conflict for the principal character, Nathan Miller. Then I added the elements piece by piece in order to implement his internal conflict.
His mom, Vera Miller, asked him to think differently than he was. In fact,
while he was concerned by his quantum physics research, his mom was
talking about faith… Two different worlds you would say. Well, it seems different unless you know the truth.
And that is when the story went down.
What I love about movies is that you can create a drama that
holds a lot of information in a short period of time. The short movie format
that I choose to work with is well guided with an intense storyline and
Ultimately, the drama can be defined in three forms : first, a story that holds
your breath, second, a story that gives you fresh air, and third, a story that
alternates both firsts.
What I like about movies: from an original idea, there are so many
possibilities to place and displace elements to create your story, but
ultimately it is the story of the spectator.