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Roy H. Wagner, ASC and M. David Mullen, ASC Join as Judges for Winter Photo Contest

Roy H. Wagner, ASC and M. David Mullen, ASC Join as Judges for Winter Photo Contest

Filmmakers Forums Community staff member, Maura B., shares an update on the Winter Photo Contest: “We have reached the midway point of our Winter Photo Contest, which is open to the Student Filmmakers community members! We encourage you to submit your photo representing how winter looks through your lens, before …

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Screenwriting: 17 Scene Reversal Ideas

Screenwriting: 17 Scene Reversal Ideas

Photo by Tina Vanhove. | www.tinagraphy.com | Follow Instagram @tina_vanhove   Written By Sherri Sheridan   Almost every scene in your film should have a reversal to build up suspense. Reversals keep the audience guessing as to what is going to happen next, and pulls them into the story, prompting …

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8 Common Mistakes Every Filmmaker Will Make

8 Common Mistakes Every Filmmaker Will Make

Pictured above: Filmmaker with movie camera BlackMagic URSA MINI 4.6K Canon. | www.theregisti.it | Follow Instagrams @axspax and @samirkharrat   Written by Chris Cavallari   Mistakes help us to grow. What’s true in our personal development is also true in the development of our films. Making mistakes allows us to …

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The Power of Ambience: Don’t Overlook This Key Ingredient in Sound

The Power of Ambience: Don’t Overlook This Key Ingredient in Sound

Above photo taken by Nathan Walker, Photographer. Written by Bryant Falk   When recording sound for film and video, more often than not people overlook a few key ingredients that could allow them a painless editing process in post. One ingredient is ambience. This audio is typically the kid forgotten …

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