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Ultimate Guide to the Sundance Film Festival

Since it's meteoric rise to prominence in the 1990s, the Sundance Film Festival has maintained its position as...

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Crewing Up Online: How to Hire a Professional Production Team

The deeply collaborative nature of filmmaking can be both beautiful and terrifying. When the chemistry is righ...

Quentin Tarantino

Quentin Tarantino Talks Recreating the 1960s Through Soundscapes

In this podcast, director Quentin Taratino talks about how he used music and sound to evolve the late 1960s fe...

Taika Waititi and Chris Hemsworth

How Being Yourself Can Make You Hilarious | Taika Waititi on Filmmaking

Director Taika Waititi talks about success, failure, and how he deals with the ups and downs of pursuing a fil...

International co-production partners

The Pros and Cons of International Co-Production

International co-production can be a powerful tool for closing the gap in the funding of your independent film...

Man sitting on the beach in a tux at the Cannes Film Festival

The Cannes Film Festival For Beginners

The Cannes Film Festival. The mere mention of this event conjures up images of red carpets, glittering premie...

Ryan Gosling as Neil Armstrong in First Man

The Sound of First Man

In this podcast from the guys at SoundWorks Collection, the composer and sound design team for 'First Man' dis...

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