One night my phone was ringing. I saw the caller: Putra. I picked the phone up.
“Fik, have you ever write a script for commercial?”
“Umm, I haven’t. Why do you ask?”
“Do you want to write a script for Bukalapak commercial?”
“I’ve never tried before. But that’s a challenge. Okay, I will. What do you want?”
Putra was explaining the brief. Then I googled how to write a script.
Voila! The script is done. That’s my first experience in scriptwriting.
After the script approved by client, my phone was ringing. I saw the caller: Putra. I picked the phone up.
“Fik, you should come to the shooting location in Lubang Buaya on Monday.”
“Umm, okay. What time?”
“At 4:30 AM.”
“Are you sure?”
“Hahaha, yes! But you can come late.”
“What should I do at the shooting location.”
“You should see the whole shooting process.”
I arrived at the shooting location at 7 AM. That was my first experience to see the shooting process.
The other night my phone was ringing. I saw the caller: Putra. I picked the phone up.
And now here I am, a scriptwriter for Anatman Pictures.
Ares, the art director, set the ambience before shot.
Putra and Abrian check the set.
The last scene.
Anatman Pictures Crew
Keep Ronin ronin ronin ronin ronin ~
Behind the scene.