Movie Games are a form of improvised movie making. Improvisation is a skill that many great performers embrace because it helps them practice being present and “presence” is a very powerful thing that is fun for an audience to watch. There is never a script for improvised theatre or movies. Ironically many scripts begin through improvisation. Every conversation you have is improvised. Think about that. In an improvised movie the performance and camera angles are made up on the spot by following a few guidelines that make the game possible. Dave Morris explains how improvisation works…..
Here is an example of a completely improvised short movie made as part of a Movie Game. No script. No storyboards. Just a fun two hours on Saturday afternoon.