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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.

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    My Journey With the Indie Film 'Tunnel Vision'

    I just resurfaced from directing and producing the feature length suspense thriller, “Tunnel Vision,” starring Cristos, Ion Overman, Scott Haze, Courtney Geigle, and Leslie Mills.

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    5 Reasons To Avoid Fixing Your Project in Post-Production

    From the technical to the tactical, here are five tips to develop the best post-production strategy for your project and help you get your plan started before it’s too late.

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    An Actor's Guide to Student Films

    Of all the performance options actors have available, student films are encumbered by more than their share of shortcomings. However, the benefits of working on these productions can be incredibly and vastly rewarding, so long as the performer has an idea of how to take advantage of the opportunity.