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Eddie Hamilton on Editing “Kick-Ass” and Post-Production Workflow

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Eddie Hamilton spent 18 months editing Kick-Ass alongside Jon Harris and double Oscar winner Pietro Scalia. The original Kick-Ass was lauded for paving new ground in visual style for the comic adaptation genre.  In t...

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...

Scorsese Interviewed on “The Wolf of Wall Street”

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Martin Scorsese interviewed by DP/30 about his work, motivation and ideas behind The Wolf of Wall Street. Interesting points in this interview: Scorsese doesn't curse a lot personally. He doesn't consider him...

Kevin Smith on Filmmaking

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The Basics of Three Point Lighting

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Key Light? Fill Light? Hair Light?  If these terms do not ring a bell you are going to want to stop what you are doing and hit play.  If you are lighting interviews and other indoor scenes, using the classic 3 point l...

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 ...

Judd Apatow on Writing & Directing Comedy

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Judd Apatow, the writer/director behind "Knocked Up", "The 40 Year Old Virgin" and "This is 40" discusses his career experiences and writing inspiration. This DP/30 interview was s hot in Los Angeles, November 2012.

David Lynch and the Independent Filmmaker

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Room to Dream: David Lynch and the Independent Filmmaker This mini documentary posted by Avid features original interviews with acclaimed director David Lynch. See and hear how Lynch brings his unique vision to the s...

‘Exit Through the Gift Shop’ Producer Jaimie D’ Cruz & Editor Chris King on Documentary Filmmaking

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An excellent interview with Jaimie D' Cruz, director, and Chris King, editor of the documentary film: "Exit Through the Gift Shop". Exit Through The Gift Shop Trailer Exit Through the Gift Shop: A Banksy Film ...

Chris King: Editing Mini Masterclass

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Chris King, Editor of Senna and Exit Through the Gift Shop, shares his knowledge with BAFTA Guru about editing and storytelling.  King started his film and television studies at California State University, Long Beach...

Rob Legato: Visual Effects Mini Masterclass

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Visual Effects Supervisor Robert Legato's Mini Masterclass from BAFTA Guru The visual effects supervisor whose work includes Hugo, Avatar and Titanic talks about the importance of courage, and explains the techniques...

The Hobbit: Production Diaries

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Peter Jackson's production diary offers a behind-the-scenes look at the making of "The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey" . This is the first in his planned trilogy that will be followed by "The Hobbit: The Desolation of...

Sydney Lumet on Directing for Television

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Sydney Lumet is one of the most prolific directors of the modern era, making more than one movie per year on average since his directorial debut in 1957. Roger Ebert described Sydney Lumet as "one of the finest craft...

Editor Michael Kahn Shares His Career Experiences

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In this DP/30 interview, legendary editor Michael Kahn has been associated with Steven Spielberg since the started working together on Close Encounters of the Third Kind in 1976, Kahn has taken home 3 Oscars and a par...

Directors Roundtable: Tom Hooper, Lisa Cholodenko, Darren Aronofsky, David O. Russell, Derek Cianfrance, & Peter Weir

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Film directors Tom Hooper ('The King's Speech'), Lisa Cholodenko ('The Kids Are All Right'), Darren Aronofsky ('Black Swan'), David O. Russell ('The Fighter'), Derek Cianfrance ('Blue Valentine'), and Peter Weir ('The...

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