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 2008 Table of ContentsCamcorder Choices Confusion, Complexity and Challenges
by Carl Filoreto
Create the Look of SmokeAn Alternative to Working with Artificial Smoke
by Ira Tiffen
This Month's Top FAQs:Discussions on Cinematography, Lighting, Film Stock, and More…
Filmmakers Ask M. David Mullen, ASC
Madame Tutli-Putli's Journey to the Red CarpetLavis and Szczerbowski Bring Human Emotion and Expressiveness to Stop-Motion Puppets in Their 2008 Academy Award-Nominated Film
by Mary Ann Skweres
Inside Casting SessionsCasting Your Actors – and When Your Actors Cast You
by Myrl Schreibman
Bradley Tangonan Discusses Award-Winning Short Film, Coaster:Flash Backs, Cuts to Black, and Split Screen to Drive Story
Clever Edits Manipulating Time and Mood
First Place WinnerJon Yang Focuses on the Dreamlike Side of the Noir Genre and Captures Its Essence with Echapper
Masterful Editing, Cuts and Fades
Second Place WinnerTomas Salles on Shooting, Animating, and Editing Dark Humor Short, Equilibrio
Message and Metaphor through Seamless Digital Effects
Third Place WinnerPicking the Right Audio Mixing Console for Your ProductionIncludes 4 Big Questions to Ask
by Bryant Falk
Ten Important Things You Should Know Before Contacting DistributorsProper Communication Can Open the Door to New Opportunities
by Phil Hall
Traditional DVD Distribution Deals: How Much Will You Make?Wholesale vs. Retail
by Stacey Parks
Filmmakers Networking CommunityThis Month's Featured Networkers
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