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I collect these links because it’s always good to have references to films – and not just films that I am really familiar with –
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Films get made with Incentives in today’s financing structure – plain and simple. Whether you are shooting in the United States in Georgia or another
Learning how to build a DIY jib is important. You might NEVER actually build one. But now you start thinking about how to solve problems.
Many filmmakers are familiar with American film unions – but in conversations I’ve discovered that many people are not. So this is a simple video
Today we take a look at how to shoot a dark scene without getting a lot of noise or grain!
I remember watching “Seven” with Brad Pitt and Morgan Freeman. An extraordinary film for its sheer tonal quality. Oppressive, intimate, foreboding. Fincher is a consummate
The recently concluded Toronto Film Festival is amongst the world’s major film festivals worth attending in terms of prestige, prominence and film sales. Toronto