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Cult director Albert Pyun recalled his film career, spoke about today’s filmmakers, and expressed his views on film schools.
Line producer Chris Stinton recently spoke to Film Independent, and highlighted what it is like, being a line producer on a film.
“They see filmmaking as something sexy, yet they don’t have much to say, they just copy what they see on TV…”
We’ve seen this technique used in films a thousand of times before, and we still do. Let’s see what are the pros and cons of using this technique in a film.
Couple of days ago, I stumbled upon a few film related news on Azerbaijan, that made me feel sorry once again for country’s “success” in the film business. It seems […]
Exclusive interview with Alec Gillis, a co-founder of Oscar winning SFX studio Amalgamated Dynamics Inc. In the interview Alec talks about how ADI started off, shares his thoughts on today’s special effects, and more.
At a brainstorming session of the brass at Balaji Telefilms a few weeks ago, the production house decided to break one of the cardinal principles of film-making by virtually awarding […]
In recent years, we’ve seen directors and producers put together successful films on a relatively low budget such as “The Blair Witch Project” (1999) , “Clerks” (1994) and “Open Water” […]
So, you’re a filmmaker. If so, you’re familiar with piracy, sure you do. It can be your best friend, you know… Despite the conventional wisdom that BitTorrent websites and illegal […]