Category Archives: Tutorials

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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P.O.V fundamentals

In this post I want to provide you some basic idea about how it is important to make some decisions before shooting the scene. The decisions on camera set ups can be compared to the cells in the human body. 

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P.O.V fundamentals

In this post I want to provide you some basic idea about how it is important to make some decisions before shooting the scene. The decisions on camera set ups can be compared to the cells in the human body. 

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Happy Birthday, Jim Jarmusch!

Today, Jim Jarmusch, one of the first independent filmmakers in the U.S and author of the well-known movies  “Dead Man” (1995), “Coffee and Cigarettes” (2003) “Dog-Ghost” (1999), “Limits of Control” (2009) celebrates his 60-year birthday. In this video from one

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Happy Birthday, Jim Jarmusch!

Today, Jim Jarmusch, one of the first independent filmmakers in the U.S and author of the well-known movies  “Dead Man” (1995), “Coffee and Cigarettes” (2003) “Dog-Ghost” (1999), “Limits of Control” (2009) celebrates his 60-year birthday. In this video from one

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Independent Filmmaker Project’s (IFP) Panel Discussion

Independent Filmmaker Project (IFP) – the nation’s largest non-profit advocacy organization for independent filmmakers based in NYC.  Each year IFP  helps to build an audience and promote the work of 10,000 filmmakers around the globe. In addition, it launches 350

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Independent Filmmaker Project’s (IFP) Panel Discussion

Independent Filmmaker Project (IFP) – the nation’s largest non-profit advocacy organization for independent filmmakers based in NYC.  Each year IFP  helps to build an audience and promote the work of 10,000 filmmakers around the globe. In addition, it launches 350

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