Wrighting a film:
To be a Cinewright means crafting every aspect of a film: finding the story, producing, filming, editing, writing and outputting the final piece. Not only does this method provide an intimacy with the subject, but each step of the filmmaking process informs and builds upon the others. This is by no means a purely technical endeavour. We use our skills for the service of story. As cinewrights, we get our hands dirty because we believe filmmaking is living the production. The philosophy mirrors the current approach of the industry. With smaller budgets, filmmakers are called upon to do it all.
Wright: [noun] One who constructs. Thus the playwright, millwright and cinewright are artisans who have mastered the skills necessary to create in their fields.