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, October 2006 Table of ContentsRED ONE: Delivering Results?
Red Gives Updates and Answers at IBC
by Jon Firestone
Lighting a Room ‘Night for Day’
Some Compromises, Benefits, and Fundamental Techniques
by Kevin Zanit
The Monk Who Would be a Director
by Larry Jaffee
A New In-Camera Way to Achieve Old Style Process Shots
Our Mission Shoot a TV Spot for an Attraction That Doesn’t Yet Exist
by Jeff Barklage, S.O.C.
The On-Set Cadence: Script for Calling a Shot!
by Michael Corbett
Directing for the Cut
Change of Distance, Change of Angle, and Action within the Scene
by George Avgerakis
Using the Panasonic DVX100A Camcorder with Final Cut Pro
Important Steps to Take Before Editing Your Work of Art
by Chris Cavallari
Foley on a Shoestring
Creating Low-Budget Foley
by Fred Ginsburg C.A.S., Ph. D.
The Portable Studio
Building a Portable Audio Edit Station
by Bryant Falk
The Art of the Documentary Interview
Eliciting a Story from Your Interviewee
by Anthony Q. Artis
Making a Dogme 95 Film
Suggestions on How to Succeed
by Dana Dorrity
Marketing: Award-Winning Animated Short, The Mantis Parable
Anatomy of a short film’s rise to fame through word of mouth, film festivals, iTunes, and of course the internet
by Jake Lovell
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