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The Latest Film Festival Dates for Oliver Park's Horror Short STILL

Halloween is just around the corner, and writer/director Oliver Park’s new horror short STILL is currently on the film festival circuit. The follow-up to award-winning short… 90 more words


Women in Film & Video: September President's Message

“The most important part of your equipment is yourself: your mobile body, your imaginative mind, and your freedom to use both. Make sure you do use them.”

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On The Film Set - July 2015

My experience as an apprentice on the film OUT OF THE WOODS was the best, but also the most difficult, experience of my life. I was pushed out of my comfort zone over and over again. 877 more words


Tutorial on Cinematography - How Cinematographers Read Vector Scopes

Tutorial on Cinematography – How Cinematographers Read Vector Scopes

Director/Cinematographer Matthew Rosen demonstrates how Cinematographers read vector scopes.


Media Education

Be an Observer!

             First of all.. I should probably give you a  context before I get to the case. I have been a theater person since I was born, so I was already into performing arts. 513 more words

Jumps down and up

This day was the outstandingly emotional one.

Since the very night of yesterday I had been in a great anxiety about my sketches and their scarce. 410 more words


Highlights From Tom Ford's TIFF Interview About His New Film, "Nocturnal Animals"

Posted by Larry Gleeson

By Anjli Patel

Nocturnal Animals, the second feature length film directed by Tom Ford, centers on a man’s cathartic, vengeful healing process in the aftermath of a great love lost. 1,045 more words