After you purchase this digital issue, you get 5 downloads. Remember to save your downloads to your hard drive and/or mobile devices. (File format: PDF) This issue includes:StudentFilmmakers Magazine, May 2008 Table of ContentsFocal Length and Filter StrengthWhat is the Relationship?
by Ira Tiffen
Modern CinematographyRecent Stylistic Trends in the Industry
by Saro Varjabedian
International Cast Makes ReservationsFirst-Time Feature Director Aloura Charles Successfully Wrangles Ensemble in Award-Winning Film
by Mary Ann Skweres
How the Last Shot is Only the BeginningDirecting Your Actors After the Cameras Have Stopped Rolling
by John Badham
Collaborating with Your EditorThe Importance of Different Perspectives
by Myrl Schreibman
7 Guidelines for Getting the Best Performances PossibleFrom an Actor’s Perspective
by Vanessa Daniels
Lav It Up!Effectively Mic Up Your Talent
by Bryant Falk
On the Set, In the Studio Film Biz LingoA short guide to some of the most frequently questioned terms.
by Chris Cavallari
You Can Do Your Scheduling Without Fancy SoftwareDIY-Style Scheduling and Budgeting
by Michael Corbett
Traveling with Your Video GearKnowing When to Take It, Leave It…or Carry It on the Plane
by Carl Filoreto
What Does a Production Designer Do for Film Production?A complex job description revealed.
by Tushar Unadkat
Working the Festival Circuit Like a ProFour Point Strategy for Optimum Results
by Phil Hall
Getting Financing for Your Independent FilmEnsuring Distribution and Choosing Scripts
by Christina DeHaven
3 Reasons Why Teachers Should Go to NABPost-NAB Reflections
by David Kaminski
StudentFilmmakers Magazine NAB 2008 Best ChoiceLowel DV Creator 55 KitVegas Pro 8Lifecasting PrimerTechniques and Important Safety Precautions
by Todd Debreceni
Filmmakers NetworkingThis Month’s Featured Networkers
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