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, November 2008 Table of Contents A Cinematographer Tackles Fire Shooting Low Budget Flames on the Set of "Fireproof" by Julia Camenisch Technique and Precautions for Laying Dolly Track Filming a Dolly Shot for a Scene of the Television Series, "Mad About You" by Jack Anderson The Audacity of Imagery There is Hope in Sight by Ira Tiffen The Exiled King of Tibet Exploring the Struggle of the New Young King of Tibet and His Generation by David Kaminski Get that Peak Performance while the Camera is Actually Rolling Actor's Perspective by Steve Carlson Dressing the Hordes in a Moment's Notice Working On the Set of "A Man Called Horse II" and "Rambo III" by Richard La Motte Capture the Great Dialogue Moments Keeping Quiet on the Set by Bryant Falk What Are 3 Ways Networks Acquire Programming? Here's a Fast Look by Stacey Parks Makeup for Award-Winning, Cable Hit Series, ‘Mad Men’ Debbie Zoller Recreates Stylized 60s America by Scott Essman Featured Film Festivals
- NextFrame, UFVA's Touring Festival of International Student Film & Video
- Celtx Against Malaria Students Challenge
- The 33rd Annual American Indian Film Festival
- box[ur]shorts Film Festival is Now Calling for 2009 Entries
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