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Michael Apted Straddles Features and Documentaries…
But the Up Series is the ‘Most Important Work I’ve Done’
by Larry Jaffee
How to handle them and how they’ve contributed to modern lens design
by Ira Tiffen
New Latin Filmmaker Adam Schlachter on Award-Winning Short, My Backyard Was a Mountain
Student Project Creates the Illusion of a Different Time and Place
by Jake Lovell
Understanding the Written Word to Get Character-Driven Screenplays
Working with and analyzing the text is at the heart of any good filmmaking
by Myrl A. Screibman
Stories That Need To Be Told: Director Richard Linklater’s Fast Food Nation
Turning a Non-Fiction Bestseller into a Dramatic, Narrative Feature Film
by Dana Dorrity
Mounting Cameras to Vehicles
Foundation to Making Your Action Shots Succesful
by Brian Flees
Seven Suggestions for Stellar Soundtracks
Thinking About Sound Throughout the Entire Filmmaking Process
by Mark Kerins
Loopularity & Exploring the Intersection of Sounds and Moving Image
Mapping Musical Concepts to Visual Thinking
by Maurice Methot
Transforming an Actress into “Gertrude Stein” from Molds to Makeup
Design Tips for Creating Believable Makeup FX & Appliances for Close-Up Work
by Todd Debrecini
Scripting a Deal for Novice Film Investors
Defining risks and rewards to the new film investor in simple language
by William F. Vartorella, Ph. D., C.B.C.
My Movie Is Complete…Now What?
The Independent Filmmaker and New Media
by Ben Williams
Approach to Assuring Your Success as a Professional Crew Member
The Production Golden Triangle
by Michael Corbett
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