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As the cost of making a film drops what future do film and video access centres have?
Adobe Video Collection 2.5 comes at a price, but has plenty to whet the appetite of serious film and videomakers
DVDs are a great way to distribute your finished film, but be wary of gathering your footage with DVD camcorders
Just because you can make your film on miniDV doesn't mean you should.A statistic recently caught my attention. The 2004 Cannes Film Festival (12-23 May) received 3562 film submissions, an increase of 42.5% on the previous year.
The BBC offers some handy reference guides for budding DV filmmakers and journalists
A review of Screenplay: Writing the Picture by Robin U. Russin and William Missouri Downs
Two weeks later and the votes are in for the "best" 24 Hour films.
If you want to make a film fast join a contest and be prepared for all eventualities.
How many times have you heard it said, "You should never look at the camera"? There's a belief that even a cursory glance in the direction of the lens can break the illusion, for those watching, of being a fly-on-the-wall.
Do publicists underestimate the usefulness of the internet in selling a film?