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, March 2007 Table of ContentsSunrise and the Pot of Gold
Defining 'What is Light?' and Controlling Color for the Most Effective Images
by Ira Tiffen
Notes on Camera Movement
When to Move the Camera and Why
by M. David Mullen, ASC
Camera Department: How to Get Your Foot in the Door
18 Key Questions You Should Ask During a Job Interview
by David E. Elkins, S.O.C.
Understanding Your Actors
3 Levels of Consciousness
by Myrl Schreibman
Anthony Hopkins Traverses Indie Filmmaking Frontiers
Veteran Actor's Debut as Writer/Director: ‘Slipstream’ Premieres at Sundance
by Mary Ann Skweres
Writing the Third Act
Resolving Your Plot with the Climax
by Dana Dorrity
Playwright/Filmmaker/Firefighter David Paterson:
From 'Love, Ludlow' to 'Bridge to Terabithia'
by Glen Tickle
Compressing Video for Mobile Devices
You Can Take It with You
by Chris Cavallari
Audio Quick Tips: The Camera Mounted Shotgun
by Bryant Falk
Networking at Film Festivals
Improving the Odds of Successful Self-Promotion
by Fred Ginsburg, C.A.S., Ph.D.
Film Distribution FAQ
Top 4 Questions of the Month
by Stacey Parks
Advice on Working with Rental Houses
Things You Can Do to Streamline the Process
by Kevin Zanit
A Filmmaker's Checklist and 10 Important Questions
Creating Lists from Pre-Production to Post
by Melissa Ulto
Si, Se Puede! (Yes, We Can!)
Beginner Filmmakers Take the Plunge Creating A Meaningful Short Doc Exploring the Debate of Illegal Immigration in the US
by Brian Liloia
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