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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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How to Begin Preparing for Submitting Your Films to Film Festivals

How to Begin Preparing for Submitting Your Films to Film Festivals

Pictured above: Behind-the-scenes of the independent feature film, “Call of the Hunter.” The movie has a folklore/legend-based story. It follows the traditions of “Hammer House of Horror.” Written By Anthony Straeger   Times have changed through the novel coronavirus pandemic. The cause and effect on filmmakers, film festivals and cinemas …

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Writing for Film & TV | How to Survive the Room: Notes on Nightmare Notes

Writing for Film & TV | How to Survive the Room: Notes on Nightmare Notes

Pictured above: David B. Carren wrote and directed in Texas the film, “Waiting for Sandoval.” The production utilized a cast and crew made up entirely of students from the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley. Written by David B. Carren   In Next Level Screenwriting: Insights, Ideas and Inspiration for …

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Mathew Price, CAS on the Art of Dialogue Recording and Audio Positions in Film & TV

Mathew Price, CAS on the Art of Dialogue Recording and Audio Positions in Film & TV

“There are many, many nouns for the act of looking – a glance, a glimpse, a peep – but there’s no noun for the act of listening. In general, we don’t think primarily about sound. So, I have a different perspective on the world; I can construct soundscapes that have …

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