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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 Written & Narrated ...

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

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

Building Invisible Walls: Making Jim Henson’s ‘Labyrinth’

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Building Invisible Walls is a collection of stories about the making of Labyrinth by the people who helped to make it. The stories are extracts from full-length interviews with each of the contributors about their ca...

Kevin Smith on Filmmaking

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The Science & History of Popcorn – The Snack that Saved the Movies

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For some, Popcorn and the Movies just go together. But it hasn't always been that way. We look at the

The Psychology of Scary Movies

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Make sure you check out our lesson on the History of Horror:'s go

Alfonso Cuarón on Writing & Directing Gravity

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Alfonso Cuarón is a master filmmaker, from the rough hewn Y Tu Mama Tambien to Harry Potter & The Prisoner of Azkaban, and now, with something completely original, Gravity. He talks to David Poland about the conce...

The Craft of Writing: Pilar Alessandra

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Pilar Alessandra is the director of the popular writing program “On The Page” and author of “The Coffee Break Screenwriter.”   In this interview, Alessandra talks about the craft of writing, developing great dialogue,...

Lessons From My Filmmaking Career: Julie Corman

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Julie Corman began her career in the film industry by marrying legendary film director/ producer, Roger Corman.  In 1972, she produced her first film, which became part of a series of "Night Nurses" films. In 2000 ...

Audio Design For Film & Documentary: Acoustic Perspective

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Learn more at: this tutorial on audio design for films and documentaries we look

The Evolution of Home Theater – Big Tech of the Small Screen

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See how the changes in technology have changed our own social attitudes towards how to watch movies. Full write up

Sound Design For Film & Documentary: Shooting Single System

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Learn more at: used: Canon EOS C100Canon 5D mark IICanon 60DRode

Introduction to Color in Digital Filmmaking

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Color is a natural everyday experience - but how do you use color to advance your film? We'll start by

The History and Science of Color Film: From Isaac Newton to the Coen Brothers

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Color is a subtle tool that can transport us from our ordinary lives to extraordinary worlds of cinema. Peel back

The History and Science of the Slit Scan Effect used in Stanley Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey

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Explore the mysterious and forgotten technique of Slit Scan for special effects and how Douglas Trumbull applied the photographic technique

How To Create Bizarre Slit Scan Video using After Effects

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See how After Effects can be used to displace time to create bizarre and other-worldly slit scan effects.Course

Hollywoods History of Faking It | The Evolution of Greenscreen Compositing

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Go inside the history of the travelling mattes (now called chromakey) and learn the history of visual trickery used by

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