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What Could Remake-Obsessed Hollywood Learn From Shakespeare?

If there's one thing everybody likes to do in Hollywood, it's complain about remakes. One article after anothe...

Director Kory Martin Juul Creates CG Feature Almost Single-Handedly

Literally a one man army, acclaimed visual effects artist, director and black belt, Kory Martin Juul, has anim...

Three Online Colleges that Offer a Degree in Filmmaking

There are a number of excellent opportunities available in the entertainment field. Whether you have an intere...

Zach Braff, Kickstarter, and Financing Your Film For Free

Last week's news that Zach Braff had successfully raised over $2 million via Kickstarter to fund "Wish I Was H...

The Cannes Film Festival For Beginners

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

The Next Greatest Thing of the Movies... Not!

Catcalls and plaudits for Peter Jackson's 3D HFR (High-Frame-Rate for the technically challenged) version of <...

3 Tips for Terrific Title Sequences

When making a film of any sort, the time inevitably comes to credit cast and crew... in addition to the end cr...

Technicolor Adds Final Cut Pro X Support to Color Assist

In late 2012 Technicolor released Colour Assist, a grading package drawing on the company's multi-decade exper...

The Roles of a Producer

Anyone who watches movies knows that almost every film comes with a gaggle of 'producers'. In addition to

Kodak's 2013 Student Scholarship Program

Once mighty Kodak has taken a pretty severe beating of late and while the company has retreated from consumer ...

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