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, June 2007 Table of ContentsRED ONE: One Year Later
Is It Ready?
by Jon Firestone
What Is Digital Cinema?
... And What Isn't Digital Cinema?
by Simon Walker
The Importance of Maintaining Continuity of Effects
Polarization, Contrast, Diffusion, Flare, and Color
by Ira Tiffen
Brian Melton Discusses ASC Award-Winning Short, 'Red Autumn'
Techniques Used to Create Mystery, Suspense, and Drama
Interview by Jody Michelle Solis
Why Shooting Film Still Matters
Film Remains the First Choice for Many Filmmakers
by Leonard Guercio
How We Completed a Film Shoot during an El Niño Storm
A Producer’s Story
by Myrl Schreibman
Strange Culture: Reinventing the Documentary Form while Telling an Important Story
Short Q&A with Filmmaker Lynn Hershman-Leeson
Award-Winning Director/Producer Myrl A. Schreibman Workshop & Book Signing
Sponsored by StudentFilmmakers Magazine, StudentFilmmakers.com, and Watson-Guptill Publications
Prepping for Wireless
Tips and Essentials for Fixing and Avoiding Equipment Failure
by Bryant Falk
Two Major Ways of Financing Your Film for Distribution
… And Guaranteeing Distribution When Your Film is Complete
by Stacey Parks
HD Formats and Editing Software
What is the Best Format to Select for Your Production?
by Lew Schatzer
Filmmakers Networking Community
This Month’s Featured Networkers
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