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Location Scouting Tips for Startup Filmmakers"Will it work logistically?"
by Scott Spears
What Are Filters Good for Anyway?For when all else fails...
by Ira Tiffen
Five Minarets in New YorkCinematographer Shoots New Indie inAnamorphic 35mmJim Gucciardo Talks aboutthe Digital Intermediate Process
by Matthew J. Perlman
How Do You Get Asked Back on the Next Project?Attitude of Gratitude
by Thomas McKenney
Alexandre Aja and Piranha 3DConverting the Film to 3D in Post
Interview by Scott Essman
Documentary Camerawork, Locations, and LightingQ&A with David Lent
Elicit an Organic and BelievablePerformance from Your ActorsThe Acting is the Thing
by Jonathan Moore
Focus on PlotDon’t Depend on Your Characters Alone
by Terence Brody
MUSIC AND SOUND
Location Audio Settings for Avid MC5 Workflow
by Fred Ginsburg, C.A.S., Ph.D., MBKS
Symbols & Imagesfor Sex, Love, and RomanceConnect Your Audience to the Rich Stream of Meaning
by Pamela Jaye Smith
Showing Your Work forThat All-Important First-Job InterviewBreak into the Animation Industry
by Tony White
A Shot Card for that Shot-in-the-Dark with Film Investors7 Important Tips
by William F. Vartorella, Ph.D., C.B.C.
School of Visual Arts MFA Social Documentary Film ProgramGives Students the Skills They Need to Realize Their Vision"Documentary films have helped shape our history and,more importantly, the stories we tell about ourselves."Directing for DocumentariesQuick Tips from Deborah Dickson
Regent University Helps Film Students Find Their Voices and Bring Their Stories to Their Audience"Filmmaking is a problem solving activity and cameras and lights are tools to help us solve those problems."Filming in Foreign CountriesDouglas Miller Shares Pointers
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Nila Bringing Sustainable Engineering to LightExclusive Interview with Jim SanfilippoUnited States Senate Continues "Greening of the Capitol" with NILAEnergy Efficient LED Lighting Helieon by Bridgelux and Molex Allows Upgrades as LED Technology Advances
Achieve Exciting Shots While Raising Production ValueAward-Winning Filmmaker Shoots New Documentarywith indiSYSTEM DSLR SolutionsGary San Angel Shares Real-World ApplicationsindiSLIDERmini DeluxeindiFOCUS and SNAP! GearsBulldog
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Convergence Shooters Film On Location in Snow and Rain Using SmallHD DP6 Monitors
NEW PRODUCT SPOTLIGHT
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OrganizationJay Ignaszewski Shares an Editing Tip
TV and Media Producer Antonio BattistaChooses BeachTek DXA-SLR for DSLR ProductionsActive XLR Adapter for DSLR Cameras
Alex FuerstChris SgaraglinoMarina ZhuravlevaShawn Kessler
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