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Lensing Your ‘Futuristic, Other-World’with a Tilt-Shift LensManipulate Planes of Focus
by Saro Varjabedian
Capturing the Story for theHD Documentary,Strong Bodies FightDirector’s Perspective
by William Donaruma
TECHNIQUES:Directing and Operating the B Camera for Strong Bodies Fight
Cast the Right Kind of Talentfor Your Story and Project“In the world of mostly every successfulproducer and director, talent is of critical importance.”
by John Carrico
40 Basic Plot Points for a Feature Film3 Pages per Plot Point= 120 Screenplay Pages= 120 Minutes
by Sherri Sheridan
Reviving the Bloody Franchise:
Nispel Appeases Loyal Fanswhile Breathing New Life intoTheir Gory ClassicsInterview with Friday the 13th Director Marcus Nispel
by Scott Essman
MUSIC & SOUND
Four Track Recording MuscleNever Underestimate the Power of 4-Tracks to CaptureWhat You Need
by Bryant Falk
MUSIC & SOUND
The Selection and Use of ShotgunMicrophones on the SetUtilize the Hierarchy of MicrophoneTechniques
by Fred Ginsburg C.A.S. Ph.D. MBKS
Oscar Winner Chris DickensWhen suddenly confronted withnew tech gear and culture shock,Dickens relies on his solid skillsas an editor to win big.
by Scott Essman
PROPS & FX-MAKEUP
Recipes for SpecialMakeup EffectsCreate Simple EffectsThat Will Look Great on Camera
by Todd Debreceni
Finding AftermarketsIs there an Aftermarket for Your Media?
by Vicky Collins
The Digital Revolution:What is Missing?Old versus New
by Dean Goldberg
CALL FOR ENTRIES
In This Issue:The Writers Place Screenplay ContestAustin Film FestivalScreenwriting Conference in Santa Fe
In This Issue:Compass Film AcademyFootage of the World, LLCVertical Streaming
Shahar ReznikLauna BuettellMark Kiss
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