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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 ...

CGI and Practical Visual Effects of Mad Max: Fury Road

In an excellent piece over at FX Guide, Ian Failes takes an in-depth look at how some of the most stunning vis...

Composing movement, Kurosawa style

Akira Kurosawa is celebrated as one of the greatest film directors in history. He true mastery of the medium ...

How to be a Filmmaker

Ok, so it's 'branded content' for Kessler Cranes, but garnered a few laughs here as it isn't actually far off ...

Understanding Speedboosters

Cinematographer Jon Kline explains the benefits of using a speed booster to both increase the number of lenses...

Becoming a Full-Time Filmmaker: When to Quit Your Day Job.

Mark Boucher provides some thoughts and tips on how and when to make the move into a full-time career in filmm...

The Man Behind the Voice - Getting the Most from ADR

Sound engineer and recordist Tristan Rose discusses the importance of ADR and his experience in a range of tec...

Why a Director Shouldn't Edit Their Own Film

Dan Selakovich puts forward a detailed and compelling case for why directors should never edit their own films...

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