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May 29, 2019

What I Learned from Studying Film: Part 1

Authors Note: In the process of writing this, I had to reflect for the first time on what I had actually learned from studying film. I quickly realized I had much more to say about my experiences than I had originally thought. Therefore, I am [...]

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April 09, 2019

Post Production Scheduling and Organization: A New Way

“How’s that project coming along?”

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March 28, 2019

How to get a job as a director? Start at the bottom.

How to get a job as a director? Start at the bottom.

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October 16, 2017

How writing and editing are two sides of the same coin

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An editor's job is an important step in the film making process. People have said that the post-production stage can easily make or break a project, but why is that? When it comes down to it, an editor is a writer.

Not [...]

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May 03, 2017

Watch our beautiful New Demo Reel with Special FCC Commentary

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August 03, 2011

Canon 5D Mark II - Best Image: Technicolor Cinestyle vs. Standard

With a DSLR or any other digital video camera you can lose a lot of the detail in a shot if you are not careful.  By default some cameras, like the Canon XH A1, have an image that is a bit washed out.  The Canon 5D Mark II, on the other hand, has [...]

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August 01, 2010

1934 Extended Trailer

This extended trailer is based on a script written by Carl Peronto. He had an idea and a cast with movie cars, and we had the cameras. It is filmed just north of Madison, WI in Portage and a few other small towns. The park/cliff shots were done [...]

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