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7 Producing Tips From Academy Award-winning Producer Cathy Schulman

“Throw all that self-doubting shit at yourself in the mirror and practice making all those no’s turn into yes’s.” Continue reading 7 Producing Tips From Academy Award-winning Producer Cathy Schulman

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Film is Here to Stay! Studios and Kodak Strike a Deal

Apparently, all that pressure from Christopher Nolan, Quentin Tarantino and J.J. Abrams made a difference.

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Film 101: Part Five

Independents, global currents and the eternal fountain of youth.

The Film 101 series offers a short alternative course in cinema. By the time it’s completed, you’ll have hit film’s floodlit high points and ventured down its dim back alleys. Notebook optional. [For more, see Film 101: Parts One, Two, Three and Four when they’re ready.] Continue reading Film 101: Part Five

Academy Award-Winner Michel Hazanavicius’s 5 Tips for Filmmakers

During a private Masterclass as part of the 2015 Palm Springs Film Festival, the Academy Award-winning director shared tips with a small group of international filmmakers. Here are the highlights.

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Film 101: Part Four

The Film 101 series offers a short alternative course in cinema. By the time it’s completed, you’ll have hit film’s floodlit high points and ventured down its dim back alleys. Notebook optional. [For more, see Film 101: Parts One, Two, Three and Five when they’re ready.] Continue reading Film 101: Part Four

Film 101: Part Three

Talkies, from silliness to cynicism to supersizing.

The Film 101 series offers a short alternative course in cinema. By the time it’s completed, you’ll have hit film’s floodlit high points and ventured down its dim back alleys. Notebook optional. [For more, see Film 101: Parts One, Two, Four and Five when they’re ready.] Continue reading Film 101: Part Three

FIlm 101: Part Two

The Film 101 series offers a short alternative course in cinema. By the time it’s completed, you’ll have hit film’s floodlit high points and ventured down its dim back alleys. Notebook optional. [For more, see Film 101: Parts One, Three, Four and Five when they’re ready.] Continue reading FIlm 101: Part Two