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Filmmaking For Your Audience - Filmmaking Stuff | For Independent Filmmakers

Filmmaking For Your Audience - Filmmaking Stuff | For Independent Filmmakers | Jo's Consideration | Scoop.it

In this filmmaking article, LA Producer Jason Brubaker discusses the importance of filmmaking for your audience and the distribution paradigm shift.

 

Seti Gershberg www.thepathofthesun.com


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Filmmaking Tips and Thoughts on the Industry from Do-It-All Director Steven Soderbergh, by Joe Marine (2 videos)

Filmmaking Tips and Thoughts on the Industry from Do-It-All Director Steven Soderbergh, by Joe Marine (2 videos) | Jo's Consideration | Scoop.it

Posted by Joe Marine on November 10, 2012

 

"You may have heard his name before, and you may even have seen some of his films, but Academy Awarding winning director Steven Soderbergh is the real deal, and an auteur in his own way. He’s one of the few directors working at the highest level who also shoots and edits his own films, and he’s a huge supporter of RED, having shot every single film on their cameras since his Che double-feature. He said that he’s going to retire from filmmaking in the very near future, so before he does, click through for six tips from the workaholic director, and an audio interview that contains some candid thoughts about the current film industry."

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NoFilmSchool.com


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Spencer McCrossen's curator insight, September 19, 2014 2:43 PM

Directors tips on the actual industry of filmmaking.

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Restoring Film: The Art of Bringing Classic Films into the Digital Age

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Filmmaking and distribution is a walk in the park compared to yesteryear. Image if each time you played back your film you were slowly degrading the quality?

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