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, September 2008 Table of ContentsManipulate Mood with Filter EffectsHow to Evoke Ethereal Solitude with Double Fog Filters
by Ira Tiffen
Techniques for Successfully Collaborating with Your ActorsActing and Directing are Verbs
by John Badham
From Novel to Screenplay: Me and Orson WellesThe Writer’s Writer: Robert Kaplow, New York Times Best-Selling Author
by David Kaminski
Inside The Office – Two EditorsEddie- and Emmy Award-Winning Editors Dean Holland and Dave Rogers
by Scott Essman
The Importance of a Creative Editing AgendaUse Organizational Methods that Foster Inventiveness
by Richard D. Pepperman
Featured Film Festivals
Paso Robles Digital Film Festival
SHORTSNONSTOP Mobile Movie Festival
"Tuesday" Wins First Place, $5,000 Grand PrizeDavid Norris grabs attention with story and talking head POV.Brettler Captures Introspective Tone and Child-Like Whimsy with ‘Levin’Genuine Characters Trump Student-Level CGIPicardi Makes Pro Level Actioner with Just One CameraColor manipulation, artful scoring, and trial-and-errorV.O. on the GoSetups and Solutions for the Traveling Voice-Over Talent
by Bryant Falk
FrameForge 3D Studio: Cutting-Edge, Virtual Pre-visualization for FilmmakersSchafer and Douma Discuss Solutions Above and Beyond Storyboarding for Filmmakers with Ground-Breaking, User- Friendly 3D Program7 Sources of Money for Your Short Films and VideosFundraising Suggestions and Tips for Student Films
by Peter W. Rea and David K. Irving
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