Proper Planning: The Backbone of Filmmaking — Sharad Patel’s Blog

Filmmaking, like other commercial activities, demands patience, money, time and efforts. Over the years, filmmaking has evolved to the extent that production activities have become more intertwined and complex, leading to a situation where planning has now become the most important aspect. For more information refer our blog: https://www.spcinecorp.com/proper-planning-the-backbone-of-filmmaking/

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Top 10 Entry Level DSLR cameras 2020 — iFilmthings

Here we breakdown the top 10 DSLR cameras for beginners. Looking to ditch the camera on your smartphone? Do you want to become the latest award winning filmmaker? Or, just keen to upgrade your old DSLR. Well, this is THE guide for you! What makes a great entry-level DSLR camera? Image quality Lens Usability Adaptability […]

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Stopping A Screenplay On Page 60 by Mark Sanderson — FilmCourage.com

Film Courage: What’s the most amount of time you’ve spent on a screenplay? Mark Sanderson, Screenwriter/Author: The most amount of time? Boy those are years ago, not a lot of time now. But I think it would be my fifth spec and only because I stopped on page 60 and that was because of a […]

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Intimacy Coordinators Join Film Crews — CJ’s Corner

The #MeToo movement drove film sets to take extra precautions including the development of a new position titled Intimacy Coordinator. An intimacy coordinator oversees the filming of nudity, intimacy and sex scenes. Their primary goal is to protect the actors from any form or issues of harassment. The protocols or guidelines are still being developed, […]

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How Loneliness Can Drive An Artist by Phillip G. Carroll, Jr. — FilmCourage.com

Film Courage: Why do you want to make movies to help people feel less isolated? Phillip G. Carroll, Jr., Writer/Director of THE HONEYMOON PHASE: I think one of my core drives as a person is loneliness. Growing up initially in school I didn’t have a lot of friends. I was bullied a lot. It really […]

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