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The art and craft of making movies

Putting Video on the Web - The Basics

With video on the web coming of age, what steps do you need to take to get your footage online?

Buying A Budget Video Camera

Even when shopping for a low-end video camera, there are certain features that you should look for.

Final Cut Pro Case Study

A Hollywood feature film and a DV documentary are at opposite ends of the budget spectrum, but were edited with the same software.

Book review: In The Blink Of An Eye

Oscar-winning editor Walter Murch's In The Blink Of An Eye provides a stimulating read on the practice, theory and future of editing feature film for veteran and new editors alike, even some years since its publication date

Smooth Drive Adobe Premiere Pro

Adobe’s Colin Smith offers advice on getting the most out of Adobe Premiere Pro

Recording Good Sound For Film and Video

A little bit of thought and a small outlay on sound equipment can improve the look of your film

The Conversations - Walter Murch and the Art of Editing Film

A review of The Conversations: Walter Murch and the Art of Editing Film by Michael Ondaatje

Super Size Me and The Corporation attract controversy at Sundance

To generate publicity for your documentary it doesn’t hurt to stick your neck - or stomach - out. At least, not too far...

Moulding the Documentary Story

Three filmmakers share insights into the process of developing a documentary.

Book review: From Reel to Deal - Everything You Need to Create a Successful Independent Film

Let maverick film instructor Dov S-S Simens take you to filmmaking bootcamp with his book, From Reel to Deal - Everything You Need to Create a Successful Independent Film

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