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    14 Great Regional Film Schools

    While many of the country’s top film schools can be found on either coast, more and more graduates are coming out of top regional programs with the skills (and contacts!) to start working right away. If you’re considering a career in film or media, here are 14 regional ...

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    Make it Reel: From Actor to Filmmaker

    Find out what the multi hyphenate buzz is all about as Luke Barnett and Ariana Bernstein share how they're creating their dream roles by making their own content.

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    5 Film Schools with Great Summer Programs

    Continue your education during the warm months with abbreviated courses in filmmaking at schools such as NYU Tisch, New York Film Academy, Vancouver Film School, School of Creative and Performing Arts, and Columbia College Hollywood.

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    Mixbit App Remixes Mobile Filmmaking

    Mixbit does exactly what the name implies—it allows the you to mix, match, and edit various clips at your leisure.

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    Easy Video Editing with Adobe Premiere Elements 12

    Adobe Premiere Elements 12 is a slight upgrade from Version 11, and will instantly make your videos look professional.

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    4 Ways To Save Time in Post-Production

    Much like any process in any industry, taking sensible steps to organize and economize will go a long way in helping you save time and money. Here are a few tips to help save time in the post-production process.

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    DIY Ken Burns Effect

    Documentarian Ken Burns' use of still images in addition to moving pictures is so iconic that the film world has named a whole effect after him. The effect lends a visual flow to a piece that wouldn’t necessarily have it. Fortunately, it isn’t hard to achieve.

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    5 Things Every Filmmaker Should Know Before They Step on Set

    So you want to be in the movie business? The road to the red carpet is a long and difficult one. It’s honestly a miracle that anything ever gets made. Although Hollywood continues to look for a formula, there’s not one. Every project has its specific challenges. And ...

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    Introduction to Video Editing For Newbies

    So you wanna be an editor, huh? Anyone can do it these days (or so they say). You’re only in charge of the story, the music, the rhythm, the pace, shaping the actors’ performances, and often re-writing the script. Cool with handling all of that?

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    How Joshua Leonard Fell In Love With Moviemaking

    His interest in the early ’90s indie film movement led him to enroll in a two-month course at the New York Film Academy.