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  • All Posts Must Be Related To Filmmaking - this is a site about filmmaking and our forums are for the discussion of filmmaking-related topics only. Please do not post messages here that do not directly relate to filmmaking and filmmakers.
  • Read the FAQ Before Posting - FAQ stands for "frequently asked questions" and the Internet Filmmaker's FAQ contains answers to over 200 filmmaking questions. You may find that your question is already answered there!
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