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 2008 Table of ContentsStar Effects: Enliven Points of LightHow Star Filters Work
by Ira Tiffen
Shooting with Film: Long Live CelluloidA Glance at Working with Film Formats, Cameras, Lenses, & Filters
by Bryan Michael Stoller
16:9 on the MindSteps Toward HD Production
by Daniel Gaucher
Using a Handheld Camcorder for Scene SelectionAdvantages to Selecting Angles with an HD Camcorder
by George Avgerakis
Helping Your Actors Overcome Their Fears of the Audience‘Top Key Principle’ on Working with Actors Revealed
by John Badham
Persistence of Vision: Exclusive Interview with M. Night ShyamalanAward-Winning Director/Writer Discusses His New Film, The Happening
by Leonard Guercio
Creating On-the-Fly Solutions On LocationBut There is No Substitution for Pre-Production
by Myrl Schreibman
Common Mistakes Every Filmmaker Will MakeIn a Perfect World, You Would Know Better…
by Chris Cavallari
From a Teacher’s Perspective:Transitioning to a New Workflow with HD CamerasIncludes 7 Questions to Ask before You Buy New HD Equipment
by David Kaminski
The Visual Language of Before the RainsFrom Script, Metaphor and Motif – to Cinematography and Camera Techniques
by Mary Ann Skweres
An Itemized Audio/Video Production ListHave All Your Angles Covered
by Bryant Falk
5 Big Distribution MythsWhat Gets and What Doesn’t Get Distribution?
by Stacey Parks
Special FX Makeup: The Importance of Pre-Production‘Often times an artist will be asked to come up with something off-the-cuff.’
by Todd Debreceni
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