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When One Door Closes,Another Door OpensHow are industry changes and trendsaffecting: news coverage, news productionand journalistic film/video production?
by Carl Filoreto
Demystify the Bluescreen andGreenscreen Process, andAchieve Professional-LookingComposite EffectsTry These Steps forSetting Up SimpleChroma Keying
by Saro Varjabedian
Danny Boyle Reflects on “Slumdog,” His Body of Work, andWhat Lies Ahead Eight Films Later
by Scott Essman
Window-Shopping for HD Monitors:6 Serious Sets of Questions to Ask YourselfPlus: 10 Important Tips to Considerbefore Buying or Renting HD Monitors
by David Kaminski
Wrestling with Rourke’s DemonsInterview with Darren Aronofsky
by Scott Essman
6 Different Kinds of Voiceover DemosTips for Showcasing Your Talent
by Rob Kaye
As an Editor, You Can’t Just Follow the ScriptUnderstand Your Film’s Characters
by Jeff Turboff
MEET THE MANUFACTURER
Audio Video Design Stays Cutting-Edge Delivers Quality and Innovation with 1Prompter™ Teleprompter Camera-Mount Systems
WARDROBE & COSTUME DESIGN
Working in the Wardrobe Trenchesduring the Production of Gods and GeneralsAssessing Costume Requirements –Not Always a Straight Forward Task
by Richard La Motte
PRODUCTS & SERVICES
In This Issue:Gigantic DigitalOnTheSet.bizZilokJackson MediaReel PlanThe Writers' Copyright Association, UKHollywood Scriptwriting, 2nd Edition by Sandy Eiges
CALL FOR ENTRIES
In This Issue:Make a Video Commercial for StudentFilmmakers MagazineThe McCormick Freedom Museum'sSeen and Heard: National Student ExpressionContest and ExhibitMOFILM PAGE International Screenwriting AwardsDC Shorts Film FestivalLincoln Grammys® Competition and Filmaka.com"Theater of the Mind" Video Contest presented by Monster Music® and Ludacris
In This Issue:Compass Film AcademyJacob Krueger's Seven Act Structure
Jode Steele and David WainwrightDavid KartsonisMonique Wegmueller
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