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So You Want to Make a Movie?

"So you want to make a movie?" That was the message that flowed through my mind when I first came up with the ...

DA VINCI for Free is the best marketing strategy ever

Some colorists I have talked to have been very disappointed to discover that Blackmagic Da Vinci is about to b...

Get Someone to Help you with the Scissors

Guy Ducker provides some advice on why it's a good idea to get someone else to edit your film.

Lessons Learned on a Microbudget Horror Film

Werner Herzog famously stole a camera he'd officially won in a film competition in order to make his first few...

Review: Pocket Call Sheet for iPhone/iPad

For a 1st AD or production manager, producing daily call sheets is arguably one of the most critical tasks dur...

Anatomy of a Scene: The Building Blocks of a Memorable Movie

From the outside looking in, a movie is just a collection of scenes that are tied together. So what separates ...

The filmmaking.net Links Directory is Now Live!

Well, it's been slightly longer in the making than we'd hoped, but that's ancient history now. The filmmaking...

Trailer Festival 2011 Now Accepting Submissions

As a general rule, we don't do coverage of film festival calls for entry as there are just too many festivals ...

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...

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