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How To Stop Your Characters' Dialogue From All Sounding The Same

Aspiring screenwriters are often told that all their characters sound the same. The grandma sounds the same as...

Review: Directing Motion Tour with Vincent Laforet Bundle

Directing Motion Tour With Vincent Laforet is a bundle of videos of workshops conducted director Vincent Lafor...

Star Wars: The Force Awakens VFX Reel

The VFX reel shows a range of shots from the film and provides great insight into the blend of practical and d...

Just When You Thought They Were Out... Kodak Launches Super 8 Revival

Kodak is probably the largest victim of the digital media revolution, famously missing the boat as the world s...

Tarantino and Team Talk About Shooting for 70mm on The Hateful Eight

In this featurette for the release of the film, Quentin Tarantino and others talk about the experience of shoo...

Birdman and the Secret of 'Continuous' Takes

The Film Theorists take a look at how Alejandro González Iñárritu's Oscar-winner Birdman achieves the feel ...

Script Rewrites: The Good, The Bad, and The Convoluted

Zachary Evans looks at some of the benefits and pit-falls of having more than one writer on a project by putti...

Manage Collaboration During Post More Effectively with Everytime

Anyone who's worked on a creative project knows that one of the hardest things is managing the review and feed...

Callsheet Operator - Call sheets for the 21st century

The concept of call sheets hasn't changed much in over half a century. Although there have been many valiant ...

Should Authors Become Screenwriters?

Zachary Evans looks some of the pros and cons facing authors looking to adapt their work for the screen, with ...

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