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Robby Müller: Beauty destroys the drama

As a continuation of Film Career’s film classic series I want to talk today about Dutch camera maestro Robby Müller who is, according to Jim Jarmusch, cinematographic equivalent of the greatest Dutch painters of light such as Vermeer or Rembrandt.

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Robby Müller: Beauty destroys the drama

As a continuation of Film Career’s film classic series I want to talk today about Dutch camera maestro Robby Müller who is, according to Jim Jarmusch, cinematographic equivalent of the greatest Dutch painters of light such as Vermeer or Rembrandt.

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Online Directories Are The Natural Place For Video Freelancers

This is a guest post by Silke Butters The online community loves video and if you work in the video industry, in a firm or as a freelancer, it is important that you post your video content online. Being seen

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Online Directories Are The Natural Place For Video Freelancers

This is a guest post by Silke Butters The online community loves video and if you work in the video industry, in a firm or as a freelancer, it is important that you post your video content online. Being seen

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Video Editing Workflow: disappearing time

How to disappear time? At the moment I should not be talking about metaphysical miracles of disappearing time nor will I be giving you tips on teleportation. We will look into how can you use your time whilst editing in

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DaliTimeZm

Video Editing Workflow: disappearing time

How to disappear time? At the moment I should not be talking about metaphysical miracles of disappearing time nor will I be giving you tips on teleportation. We will look into how can you use your time whilst editing in

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IFP series: How to fund your documentary by Louise Rosen

A few days ago I found an up-to-date article by Oakley Anderson-Moore via NoFilmSchool about how to fund a documentary.  As many of you may know, I am in the process of making my own first documentary The Land of

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IFP series: How to fund your documentary by Louise Rosen

A few days ago I found an up-to-date article by Oakley Anderson-Moore via NoFilmSchool about how to fund a documentary.  As many of you may know, I am in the process of making my own first documentary The Land of

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Christopher Doyle: A Camera Dancer

Film Career continues to make several posts about legendary cinematographers and filmmakers. The previous posts you can find here, here and here. My initial purpose for these posts was not to add some obvious facts about filmmaker’s bios or to create  x

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Christopher Doyle: A Camera Dancer

Film Career continues to make several posts about legendary cinematographers and filmmakers. The previous posts you can find here, here and here. My initial purpose for these posts was not to add some obvious facts about filmmaker’s bios or to create  x

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Workshop for screenwriters by Ronnie Mackintosh

I got to know Ronnie by chance, using random connections on my twitter account but I am very glad I did. After leaving his job as a police Detective Chief Inspector, Ronnie decided to fulfill his old dream to become

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Ronnie b&w

Workshop for screenwriters by Ronnie Mackintosh

I got to know Ronnie by chance, using random connections on my twitter account but I am very glad I did. After leaving his job as a police Detective Chief Inspector, Ronnie decided to fulfill his old dream to become

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Video Cameras: what to do if you are just starting out?

Just like in my previous blog, I am only responding to requests that I had and answering some questions. Last blog was about how to get on the books of media/film related organizations and individuals. Here I would like to

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Video-Starter-Kit400

Video Cameras: what to do if you are just starting out?

Just like in my previous blog, I am only responding to requests that I had and answering some questions. Last blog was about how to get on the books of media/film related organizations and individuals. Here I would like to

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