The Grand Budapest Hotel (The Wes Anderson Collection, Chapter 8)

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Adapted from the book THE WES ANDERSON COLLECTION: THE GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL by Matt Zoller Seitz abramsbooks.com/Books/The_Wes_Anderson_Collection__The_Grand_Budapest_Hotel-9781419715716.html Written & Narrated ...

Putting Together A Music Montage (Editing As Storytelling)

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http://www.larryjordan.biz - All too often, when you ask an editor why they picked a particular shot or

Alejandro Jodorowsky: Film, comics and conversation

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Alejandro Jodorowsky is the director behind cult western El Topo, the John Lennon backed The Holy Mountain and first attempts

3 Act Structure – Story Structure Tips – Screenwriting

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We cover 3 act structure, the main plot points in film structure, and the reasons why story structure is so

Light Diffuser Films

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Compare the performance of each thickness and surface finishAvailable for purchase at: https://www.inventables.com/technologies/light-diffuser-films

Richard Linklater on the Process of Filming “Boyhood”

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Another excellent DP/30 interview with Richard Linklater, the Austin-based writer and director of Boyhood.  The film was released in the summer of 2014 and was shot intermittently over an eleven-year period from May 2...

The Title Design of Saul Bass

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To celebrate the release of the long-awaited book "Saul Bass: A Life in Film & Design", I put together a brief visual history of some of Saul Bass's most celebrated work. Editor: Ian Albinson - artofthetitle.com

A Brief Look at Texting and the Internet in Film

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Is there a better way of showing a text message in a film? How about the internet? Even though we’re well into the digital age, film is still ineffective at depicting the world we live in. Maybe the solution lies not ...

How to make Stylized Film Titles!

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Today, the guys get 'Guy Ritchie Disease'! And Ryan shows how to do the Guy Ritchie freeze frame effect!

Steven Soderbergh and Mark Romanek on filmmaking – Part I

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The Spielberg Oner

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One overlooked aspect of Spielberg is that he's actually a stealth master of the long take. From Duel to Tintin, for forty years, he has sneakily filmed many scenes in a single continuous shot. More Spielberg Long-Ta...

Gus Van Sant on remaking Psycho

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The History of Horror

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Dissect the history of horror, from it's roots deep in Gothic literature, through B-movie status and director's proving grounds to

Frank Darabont on filmmaking – Part IV

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Frank Darabont on filmmaking – Part III

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Christopher McQuarrie on filmmaking – Part II

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Christopher McQuarrie on filmmaking – Part I

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Frank Urioste on film editing

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The History of the Movie Trailer

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Some people consider them the best part of the movie going experience - the Movie Trailer. Take a look at

5 Relational Editing Techniques by Vsevolod Pudovkin

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Vsevolod Pudovkin was a Russian filmmaker who developed many modern influential theories of montage. This visual analysis produced by director Evan Richards examines of the 5 relational editing techniques of Pudovkin....

Jack Lemmon on acting – Part II

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Jack Lemmon on acting – Part I

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Commentary: Steven Soderbergh and Neil LaBute

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Steven Soderbergh and Neil LaBute on filmmaking – Part II

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Italian Neorealism

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This session introduces some characteristics of Italian neorealist cinema, especially the 'principle of multiplicity' in which aspects of the film serve multiple functions.  This course is taught by David Thorburn and...

Neil Kesterson Week 7 On Location Final Week

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Neil Kesterson the owner of Dynamics Sound a 25 year veteran in the audio engineering game especially the videography side

FILM AUDIO 101 BY NEIL KESTERSON WEEK 2 LAV MIC

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Neil Kesterson the owner of Dynamics Sound a 25 year veteran in the audio engineering game especially the videography side

Microphone Types with Steve Grider

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Audio Dude Steve Grider talks about different types of mics and when you should use each one.

The History of Cutting – The Soviet Theory of Montage

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Building on the works of D.W. Griffith and the development of "continuity editing" in early film history, Soviet silent filmmakers

Michael Mann on filmmaking – Part III

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A Discussion on Music in Film

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THE RULE | BOSTON CAMERA HEADQUARTERS ON THE OLDE PORT PROPERTIES STAGEFilming - Anchor LineAudio - AV

DP/30: Django Unchained, sound editor Wylie Stateman, sound designer Harry Cohen

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Shot in Los Angeles, December 2012

Sound Design Tutorial For Film: Audio & Pre-Production

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Learn more: http://www.lightsfilmschool.com/sound-design-course/In this online tutorial on sound design for film and documentary we explore

Audio Post-Production for Film and Television

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This Full Sail University panel examines the modern workflows of audio postproduction for film and television. Sound Designer/Hall of Fame

FILM AUDIO 101 BY NEIL KESTERSON WEEK 1

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Neil Kesterson the owner of Dynamics Sound a 25 year veteran in the audio engineering game especially the videography side

FILM AUDIO 101 BY NEIL KESTERSON WEEK 3 THE SHOTGUN MIC PART 1

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Neil Kesterson the owner of Dynamics Sound a 25 year veteran in the audio engineering game especially the videography side

Sound Devices 302 Field Audio Mixer Overview

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Check out this video overview of the Sound Devices 302 compact field audio mixer. It is the most compact

Sennheiser G2 G3 Wireless to Zoom H4n Recorder for Great Moviemaking Sound

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How to hook up a Sennheiser eW 100 G2 wireless mic system to a Zoom H4n, this movie is too

Why Use A Field Mixer?

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Audio Guy Steve Grider talks about the advantages of using a field audio mixer, over using the on camera inputs.

The Film Lab – Recording Sound: Room Tone

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How five minutes on-set can save your editor hours of grief later on. Mike and Rajo explain room tone, and

Sound Recording Tutorial

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Tutorial describes basic techniques and ways to record sound in film production.Music by Guillaume Zenses:

‘AUSTRALIA’ – Behind the Scenes – Location Sound

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Wayne Pashley, supervising sound designer for Australia, gives an overview of how he combines on-set recordings and post production sound

Robert Rodriguez On Making Music 4 His Films

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Robert Rodriguez talks about making music for his films and what it takes to do so.

Harry Gregson-Williams Composing Process Interview

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Due to a fantastic reception of our previous video we return this week with another special interview with Harry Gregson-Williams

The Role of Technology in Film Composing

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In this clip from www.artistshousemusic.org - Jeff Rona, an electronic music specialist and notable film composer, assesses the role of

Thomas Newman – Notes on a Score Interview (Wall-e)

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Thomas Newman interview on Behind the Scene.

FMM: Composer Interview- Joey Newman

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You can hear composer Joey Newman's music every time you tune into The Middle on ABC as well as on

Danny Elfman Interviewed by Jeff Bond

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Grammy Award-winning and four-time Oscar®-nominated composer Danny Elfman interview by Jeff Bond at the historic Warner Bros on Tuesday, May

Danny Elfman interview 2002

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Extra's Adam Weissler interviews composer Danny Elfman at his home studio about his work on Planet of the Apes ,

Composer Interview: Danny Elfman

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Composer Danny Elfman talks about Dark Shadows in this intensive Q&A moderated by Jeff Bond. Hosted at Warner Brothers Studios,

Using Music in Your Web Series – 2012 IAWTV Awards Panel

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Great web series aren't just about having cool video shots. People see with their ears and no music or off-tone

Sweeten Audio with the Parametric Equalizer in Premiere Pro

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In this advanced Premiere Pro tutorial, Andrew Devis shows how to use the parametric equalizer in Premiere Pro and for CS5.5 in Audition and for CS4/5 in Soundbooth. The parametric eq is a simply and effective way to ...

Insane Sky Replacement | After Effects CS6 Tutorial

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Eli teaches you his method of replacing a dull looking sky using After Effects CS6!Grab the project files

Movie Magic Episode 5 – Forced Perspective Discovery Channel

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Season 1, Episode 5: Forced Perspective: Eye of the BeholderOriginal Air Date—1994