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Q&A with Steadicam Operator Jerry FranckThe Perfect Balance of Technicality and Creativity
Director Renny Harlin5 Days of WarThe process in bringing this true andlargely unknown story to the screen.
by Scott Essman
Behind the Scenes of Two Films:East of Berlin and PersimmonFilmed in Berlin and Tokyo on a Canon 7D and RED One
by Dean Yamada
Safety and Survival in a Conflict ZoneHow to prepare, shoot, and live to tell the story...
by David Lent
DSLR Camera Settings, Lighting, and Camera MovementRig and Gear used to Shoot East of Berlin
by Charlie Balch
Dan Rush Directorial Debut Everything Must Go, Starring Will FerrellTransition from Commercials to Films
by Nash Choudhury
An Overview of Professional andGuerrilla FilmmakingOld School and New School
by David Worth
Keep the Pencils SharpenedDevelop Your Showreel & Sketchbook
by Tony White
Design Your MovieWhat is Good Design?
by Richard La Motte
MUSIC & SOUND
What Makes a Sound EffectUseful or UselessKeep Your Audiences Engaged
by Ric Viers
Three Common Pitfalls forNew Screenwriters to AvoidDon't Lose Your Readers' Attention
by Jonathan Moore, M.F.A.
Production Assistant EssentialsWhat Do You Bring to the Set?
by Scott Spears
Five Things to Clarify with Clients from GoPlan and Communicate
by Anthony Q. Artis
EPICThe New and ImprovedCamera from RED
by Jon Firestone
HOLIDAY GIFT GUIDE
Amazing Gift Ideas for Filmmakers and Digital Storytellers
Sophie KennyToby BresnahanShannon Litt
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