International Productions Finance Model & “Lion”

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Media Math: Shooting in Eastern Europe is Much Cheaper

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Media Math: To Finance Your Film, You Must Consider Real Numbers and Realities

Budgeting Real Finance Numbers Many financing arrangements require financing costs and steep banking arrangements. These elements are not taken into consideration. Let’s be clear: The topic of Film Finance is a very More »

Media Math: How Writers Should Think about Film Budgets Part 1

Broad Sense of the Film Budget and Producer’s Intention Film Production budgeting requires a lot of detail – but it starts with the broad strokes from the Producer. I need to know More »

Media Math: More Movies Shot in a Single Location

Hitch himself labelled Rope "an experiment that didn't work out", and though it's far from his most scintillating of tales, it's more of a technical achievement than a triumph of storytelling. After More »

 

Literary Agents: Full Uncensored Interview

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It’s All About Story And Nothing Else – UCLA Professor Richard Walter [FULL INTERVIEW]

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Screenwriting Plot Structure Masterclass – Michael Hauge [FULL INTERVIEW]

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Masters of Action Episode 02: Director John Woo Part 1

Before Zack Snyder and Michael Bay were associated with Slow Motion and Explosions, there was John Woo, the undisputed master of Slow Motion, Pyrotechnics, and Thrills. Before making his American debut with

Masters of Action Episode 01: Director John McTiernan

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Steven Spielberg On Storyboarding (1978)

Steven Spielberg came to AFI in 1978 for a seminar with AFI Fellows. In this clip he talks about how he approaches storyboarding. Interestingly enough, the young man asking the question is

Top 10 Alfred Hitchcock Movies

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Every Hitchcock Cameo Ever

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Editing Techniques in the films of Scorsese

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Directing – The Fine Arts of Blocking and Composition

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