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Must-See for Amateur Auteurs: Robert Rodriguezs 10-Minute Film School - Culture - GOOD - StumbleUpon Must-See for Amateur Auteurs: Robert Rodriguezs 10-Minute Film School - Culture - GOOD - StumbleUpon Though it's been on YouTube for a while, this "10-Minute Film School," courtesy of acclaimed director Robert Rodriguez, appears to be terribly underappreciated. Let's fix that. Rodriguez said he originally made this quick lesson to better explain to non-believers how he was able to make his Sundance-winning El mariachi on a budget of just $7,000. Not only is this a tremendous resource for anyone interested in making a great film with very little cash, it's also a fascinating glimpse behind the scenes for anyone who's ever wondered just how moviemakers do it.
In the INTERNET ENCYCLOPEDIA OF CINEMATOGRAPHERS you'll find the biographies and filmographies of hundreds of international cameramen and camerawomen. > Each entry provides you with the following information: PERSONAL INFORMATION [photo; date, place and country of birth; education; career and awards], FILMS [feature films, shorts (= productions up to 60 minutes) and documentaries], TELEVISION [films, specials, pilots and (episodes of) series], FILMS AS CAMERA ASSISTANT AND/OR OPERATOR, FILMS AND/OR TELEVISION AS DIRECTOR and MISCELLANEOUS. > The films are arranged in the order in which they were FILMED [not the year of copyright or release!]. However, those filming dates are not always easy to find. The order in which the films are arranged will probably change in the future as more information will become available.

INTERNET ENCYCLOPEDIA OF CINEMATOGRAPHERS - HOME

INTERNET ENCYCLOPEDIA OF CINEMATOGRAPHERS - HOME
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Not Just Pulp Fiction (September 30, 1996) - Library of Congress Information Bulletin By ERIC A. JOHNSON and COLLEEN R.C. STUMBAUGH By most accounts, the origin of science fiction as a distinct literary genre dates back to 1926, when Hugo Gernsback started publishing what he called "scientifiction" in a new magazine known as Amazing Stories. Under U.S. Not Just Pulp Fiction (September 30, 1996) - Library of Congress Information Bulletin
Top 10 things you didn’t know about Tarantino films - 7mate - Channel 7 - Yahoo!7 TV Top 10 things you didn’t know about Tarantino films - 7mate - Channel 7 - Yahoo!7 TV Anyone who’s ever seen a movie by boy-wonder Quentin Tarantino knows that the director has a very unique – often copied but never matched – style. The quirky dialogues, the many pop-culture references, the winks and nods to other films and directors, the stylised violence, and the feet... Tarantino flicks are a hoot, no doubt about it. And because we’re sure you’re looking for an excuse to watch them all over again, here are the top 10 things you didn’t know about Tarantino films. Red Apple cigarettes For Quentin Tarantino, there is only one brand of cigarettes worth smoking: Red Apple.
Wired.com is presenting a collection of galleries intended to help people become better geeks, nine items at a time. This is the seventh in the 9 for 9 series. - - - From Star Wars to Lord of the Rings, the spectacular geek destinations in the gallery above are some of the coolest movie locations on the planet. They're from films you've probably seen, but you'd have to be a well-traveled cinephile to have visited them all.We understand that to hit all these cinematic hot spots would be a time- and money-intensive affair, but we still made sure all the places on the list are actually locations that people can visit. Perhaps more importantly, these are locations that are really fun to travel to. (You can go to the California parks where Return of the Jedi was filmed, but without the Ewoks, the Forest Moon of Endor is really just a bunch of trees).These spots are scattered around the world, and all are worth the airfare. 9 Nerdy Film Locations You Need to Visit in Your Lifetime | Underwire 9 Nerdy Film Locations You Need to Visit in Your Lifetime | Underwire
'Too Late,' Rani Naamani Short Film, Is Zombie Horror With A Twist (VIDEO) 'Too Late,' Rani Naamani Short Film, Is Zombie Horror With A Twist (VIDEO) Rani Naamani is an animator employed by Dreamworks, but in his free time, he dreams up bite-sized short films that offer more than their two-minute runtimes would suggest -- perfect for those of us with web-induced ADD. Naamani started a side project this year aptly titled Side Films, where him and his friend Carlos Puertolas try to learn more about filmmaking by doing a series of short films. But these guys seem to have the basics down. Their latest project, "Too Late," is a zombie tale with horror and humor at all the right parts.
“This is a Generic Brand Video”: Satire or How-To? At McSweeney’s Internet Tendency, writer Kendra Eash published a poem, “This is a Generic Brand Video,” satirizing (or maybe just noticing?) the pleasant, fuzzy, vaguely neoliberal language of brand videos. Language like this: In today’s high speed environment, Stop motion… Read more Trailer Watch: Laundry Day Filmmaker Videos Filmmaker Videos
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List of motion picture terminology

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