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Film Directing and Film Making Tips for the Independent Filmmaker &... - StumbleUpon Film Directing and Film Making Tips for the Independent Filmmaker &... - StumbleUpon I’ve been working professionally in the film and TV business for 37 years. During that time, I’ve had the opportunity to work on industrial films, educational films, documentaries, commercials, music videos, episodic TV shows, TV movies, Indie films and Hollywood features. I’ve worked with dozens of good, mediocre and bad directors - as well as hundred’s of good, mediocre and bad actors. I’ve read 100′s of film scripts before they were produced: some which were so terrible I couldn’t get past the first 10 pages, to scripts which went on to win Academy Awards. I’ve also had the opportunity to spend months at a time teaching and mentoring film students as they write, prep and shoot their own short films.
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We all love short animated films, but creating short film is very hard task. Putting whole story in 5 to 10 minutes is not easy. Can you imagine? 15 Amazing Animated Short films - StumbleUpon 15 Amazing Animated Short films - StumbleUpon
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s 100 YEARS...100 LAUGHS AFI Announces The 100 Funniest American Movies Of All Time. TOOTSIE, DR. STRANGELOVE, ANNIE HALL and DUCK SOUP Complete The Top Five Movies s 100 YEARS...100 LAUGHS
By now you should have probably noticed a ton of Top Lists for 2009 on site written by the staff members of our site. To give you an objective overview of what the top films of 2009 really were I have taken all the Top Lists written by the staff and compiled them into one master list. I have also include the votes of our readers to make this list as accurate as possible. So without further ado here is the Definitive List of the Best Horror Films of 2009. If you have not seen any of these films.. you need to. As far as our staff and the readers of our site are concerned these horror movies are the cats ass! Top 25 Horror Movies of 2009 The Definitive List - HorrorMovies.ca - StumbleUpon Top 25 Horror Movies of 2009 The Definitive List - HorrorMovies.ca - StumbleUpon
Christian Toto is a veteran journalist and film critic whose movie reviews are heard on WTOP radio and “The Dennis Miller Show.” He blogs on film at What Would Toto Watch? Horror fans can’t be pleased about the state of the blood-soaked genre. 10 Great Horror Movies You Probably Missed | Jinni Blog 10 Great Horror Movies You Probably Missed | Jinni Blog
Editor’s Note: As part of our Year in Review feature, we’ve tapped our resident horror expert Robert Fure for a list of the Ten Best Horror Movies of 2008. To read more of Robert’s horror reviews, check out The Coroner’s Report every Thursday. Being a horror fan is tough business and some years are worse than ever. 2008 saw its share of lame PG-13 movies (Prom Night) and an influx of crappy remade Japanese films (Shutter), in addition to having some of the more anticipated films (Trick ‘r Treat) delayed from wide release once again. The Ten Best Horror Movies of 2008 | Film School Rejects - StumbleUpon The Ten Best Horror Movies of 2008 | Film School Rejects - StumbleUpon
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Spiritual Dimensions of Sustainable Development When we think of development, we usually think first of economic development to meet material needs, measured perhaps through growth in the Gross Nati... Buddhist Economics Originally published online by the New Economics Institute.Right Livelihood is one of the requirements of the Buddha’s Noble Eightfold Path. It is c... Watch Documentries Online. | Promote Documentary Films. Promote... - StumbleUpon Watch Documentries Online. | Promote Documentary Films. Promote... - StumbleUpon
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A Scripped Compendium by Johnathan Carr Traditional storytelling recounts past events, whereas screenwriting is locked in the present - thus you may not deviate from PRESENT TENSE. You may also be tempted to describe every inch of the world you're creating - don't! Take comfort in the idea that a screenplay is not meant to have any literary value. Screenplay Basics - Scripped Screenplay Basics - Scripped
This is a short article in which to deal with a big subject: how to write a good script for a short film. Rule number one: there are no hard and fast rules. But, if your aim is to get your film funded, there are definitely some guiding principles that will help to ensure that your project is taken seriously. Why Am I Making this Film? How to write a good short film script - Bulletfilm Blogs How to write a good short film script - Bulletfilm Blogs
Structure is something that every agent and executive in Hollywood talks about, and that all of us teachers/authors/consultants/gurus/whatever go on and on about, to the point that it can seem complicated, intricate, mysterious and hard to master. So I want present plot structure in a way that simplifies it – that will at least give you a starting point for properly structuring your screenplay without overwhelming you with rules and details and jargon. Here are what I consider ten key elements of structure – ten ways of looking at structure that will immediately improve the emotional impact – and commercial potential – of your script. TEN SIMPLE KEYS TO PLOT STRUCTURE TEN SIMPLE KEYS TO PLOT STRUCTURE
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Stanley Kubrick was devoted to images, telling his stories as visually as possible. His images have an arresting power that few if any other directors can match. Dublin-based film critic Paul Lynch may have summed it up best speaking on A Clockwork Orange: With colour, Kubrick found an alacrity and an arrest in his images that began to transcend the subject material of his stories…Those widescreen shots seem to push the natural boundaries of the screen, to absorb every photon of light. Kubrick wanted to do to his audiences what he did to Alex in A Clockwork Orange: to peel back our eyelids until we are forced to see every beam from the projector. He did not want us to blink.There is a cold pedantry to his work, an unfeeling, ivory-tower vantage that, when married to the analytical care he took with his craft, can leave you feeling a little cold towards his films. 30 Amazing Stanley Kubrick Cinemagraphs
Borgus.com - Geography and space were important factors in Alfred Hitchcock’s storytelling technique. So much so that film scholar Paul Duncan (2003) described his formal style as merely "a series of set pieces linked together by plot." In 1934, Hitchcock wrote to readers of Film Weekly declaring his appetite for more "freshness in choice of backgrounds" citing mundane locations in other British films (Gottlieb 1995). Here we will examine more specifically the opening scenes of Alfred Hitchcock films and examine his strategy for introducing his stories to the viewer. Opening Scenes of Alfred Hitchcock films (film directing, criticism, story... - StumbleUpon
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Year in Review: The 15 Best Foreign Films of 2009 | Film School Rejects - StumbleUpon
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