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Returning to Super 8

Joel Valle discusses the merits of re-evaluating the Super 8 format as a cheap and effective way to achieve th...

Building Suspense: How to Keep the Audience on the Edge of Their Seat

As a screenwriter, the ability to craft dramatic suspense can turn your script from a basic, by the numbers st...

Screenwriting: How to Get and Work with an Agent

As a screenwriter, there are a few ways to get your script sold and - possibly - made into a movie. Screenwrit...

Competition - make a part of Stephen Gyllenhaal's next film

Here's an unusual twist on the "get a filmmaker to make us a commercial for free" fad that seems to be sweepin...

Filmmaking is Making Widgets

When we compare modern moviemaking to widget production, it oftentimes seems as though we are saying that the ...

Ambitious Internet TV start-up looking for indie film content

The Internet is certainly awash with new players in the online TV market and all are seeking content. Many of...

Product placement app launches, promotes 'scripts first' policy

A new web app for product placement has launched, with a different take on how product placement deals can be ...

Free Cinematography Tutorials

Freelance cinematographer, Tom Antos, has put together a series of useful video tutorials on a wide range of c...

Book Review: The Guerilla Filmmaker's Pocketbook

The Guerilla Filmmaker's series have been a staple of the indie guide bookshelf for over a decade now...

Time Warner Cable and IFC Want to Take You to Sundance 2011

Well, kind of. If you're a US resident and have a short film which is 2-5 minutes long (or want to make one i...

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