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

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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

Every Hitchcock Cameo Ever

After much hunting and diligent editing, here is every Hitchcock cameo ever spotted from his beginning in silent cinema to his graphic horror in the 70s. If you can't spot him in

Reservoir Dogs: Stolen or Homage? – Frame By Frame

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A Method to Martin Scorsese’s MADNESS – Frame By Frame

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The Camera Tricks of Game of Thrones – Frame by Frame

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Directing – The Fine Arts of Blocking and Composition

@imdanielfox Podcast – 'Reloading with Werner' on iTunes and Soundcloud When it comes to directing, one set of skills that always separates the wheat from the chaff, are the fine arts of

Filming Sex Scenes: How Hollywood Arouses an Audience – Frame By Frame

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Cuts & Transitions 101

Director/Editor Joey Scoma is here to talk to you about something simple: cuts and transitions. Except… there are so many different kinds!! In this video essay, Joey lists and defines the different

Study Kurosawa For Emotional Script Integrity

Screenwriting Creates Master Emotions In essence, the screenwriter’s job is to create plot, emotions and characters on the page.   The directors job is to translate the script to the screen.  Note

Study the Greats: Suspense and Style Master Alfred Hitchcock

Alfred Hitchcock was the "The Master of Suspense" that made for himself a recognisable directorial style.You should be conversant in his great films like ”Vertigo”, ”The Birds”, ”Rear Window”, ”Psycho” and one