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10 Things You’re Doing Wrong In Your Screenplay

10 Things You’re Doing Wrong In Your Screenplay

You have spent tens of hours (and probably hundreds of dollars on ridiculously expensive coffee) over your computer, typing like a maniac, trying to convince yourself this is the time you are going to have your breakthrough: this script will make it to a director’s hands and this time next year you will be walking

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Explore The Rise Of The Non-Traditional Aspect Ratio [VIDEO ESSAY]

Over the past handful of years a number of films have turned to unconventional framing techniques to change the way we ingest cinema. Using examples ranging from Sam Raimi to Xavier Dolan to Wes Anderson and more, Dutch film magazine De Filmkrant has put together the following video essay with the intention of explaining the

Noemí Weis’ MILK; A Universal Perspective Of Motherhood, Birth & Infant Feeding

Every year, the global community sets aside a week to draw attention to the vital importance of breastfeeding, not only in the lives of the most disadvantaged children but also in the strength of societies. ”We know that breastfeeding helps children to survive and thrive — enabling infants to withstand infections, providing critical nutrients for the

Teach Film To Kids in Latin America, Asia, and Africa With Filmmakers Without Borders

Filmmakers Without Borders is fueled by creative minds operating at the intersection of art, education, and technology.  Headquartered in New York City, its team of professional educators, filmmakers, and technologists is committed to leveraging the filmmaking process as a vehicle for promoting student empowerment and cross-cultural exchange in the developing world. The Filmmakers Without Borders mission

The Top 25 Film Schools in the Country – 2013 Edition

Forget about writing the Great American novel. Today’s students want to direct the next great blockbuster — or maybe write the next great art film. To meet that demand, film schools have been beefing up their programs. To reflect the changes, a brain trust of industry insiders have been consulted, asking them to rate programs nationwide

The Film Society Of Lincoln Center Presents The 26th Annual Columbia University Film Festival – May 3 – 9, 2013

Columbia University School of the Arts Film Program and The Film Society of Lincoln Center have announced they will co-present the 26th Annual Columbia University Film Festival (CUFF), a week-long program of screenings, dramatic readings and special events in New York. The celebration will continue with events to be announced for June in Los Angeles.

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