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The Complete Online Filmmaking Reference - Film Distribution ...

The Complete Online Filmmaking Reference - Film Distribution ...

The Complete Online Filmmaking Reference - Film Distribution

The Complete Online Filmmaking Reference

  • Page 2 and 3: EBook version of February 7, 2011 C
  • Page 4 and 5: esources Resources Books Forums Con
  • Page 6 and 7: The Great Idea: You don't like bori
  • Page 8 and 9: Screenwriting Goals & Plans What is
  • Page 10 and 11: movies by genre, advice to filmmake
  • Page 12 and 13: your life to make a film. Do everyt
  • Page 14 and 15: The Filmmaker's Basic Library has a
  • Page 16 and 17: No one in Hollywood wants to find h
  • Page 18 and 19: PG:"Parental Guidance Suggested. So
  • Page 20 and 21: Finding film ideas Finding Ideas Id
  • Page 22 and 23: he's been on both sides of the prin
  • Page 24 and 25: A lot of writers like to write the
  • Page 26 and 27: Keep that important fact in your he
  • Page 28 and 29: Film Storytelling The Art of Storyt
  • Page 30 and 31: For Your Eyes Only (James Bond) X2:
  • Page 32 and 33: Attract, Engage, And Fascinate the
  • Page 34 and 35: son desperately seeking glory and a
  • Page 36 and 37: unlikely connection between a monst
  • Page 38 and 39: $200-million disaster epic would ca
  • Page 40 and 41: keep them out of his house is over-
  • Page 42 and 43: Screenplay structure, part 1 Screen
  • Page 44 and 45: decades. His concepts are quoted in
  • Page 46 and 47: Screenplay structure, part 2 There'
  • Page 48 and 49: Nearly any feature length film you
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    A movie should be 90 to 120 minutes

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    EXT. NEW YORK CITY - DAY - ESTABLIS

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    BACK TO SCENE I have left Vienna an

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    Screenwriting grammar introduction

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    Screenwriting grammar, part 1 The E

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    or My brother you will be pleased t

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    I met them on a Cunard liner severa

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    Screenwriting grammar, part 3 The E

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    5 You should be as a pipe for any w

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    convenient and sometimes necessary.

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    there is no doubt but that no doubt

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    Correlative expressions (both, and;

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    Apart from the exceptions noted, wh

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    Screenwriting grammar, part 4 The E

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    Screenwriting grammar, part 5 The E

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    However you advise him, he will pro

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    Thanking you in advance. This sound

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    Screenwriting grammar, part 6 The E

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    Screenplay rewriting Screenplay rew

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    14. Kill your babies! Those favorit

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    Film preproduction overview Film Pr

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    Film financing What will it cost? H

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    freedom to approach potential inves

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    The Million Dollar, Big Indie Filmm

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    expenses. Even if your film is a ma

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    Film marketing buzz Getting attenti

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    Another important step is to set up

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    submission form Daily Variety: (213

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    These objectives may have already b

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    Casting actors On large studio prod

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    groove of the daily grind, but ever

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    He still had to work a schedule but

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    Sometimes local film offices or com

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    well-connected actors throw a scrip

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    Highlights includes a history of In

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    a technical training session before

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    camera and the subject matter. The

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    includes creating foot steps, thund

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    Most film cameras do not record sou

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    Unless video is captured in an unco

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    camcorder features dual filter whee

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    ECM-44B ($255list) is a good compro

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    Casting actors Casting actors for y

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    Product Reviews Directing Actors: C

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    You should still try to arrange at

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    very excited about the job they are

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    What is the story about? For each s

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    Film production Film Production - O

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    Film marketing buzz Getting attenti

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    Film sets A final filmmaking checkl

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    Film directing Educate yourself The

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    Directing actors Film Production -

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    may or may not be related to their

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    Quality of light Hollywood camerama

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    Back light only These first three l

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    is often not a problem. With filter

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    Cinematography coverage Scene Cover

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    Two-Shot - shows two characters rel

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    Medium Shot - is a shot showing an

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    Insert - is a shot of something oth

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    Click on this link to learn how to

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    HCW assumes you know almost nothing

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    Hot Moves Hot Moves With Your Camer

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    Visual Effects for Directors Visual

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    An actor walking in a 3D garden com

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    Blocking actors Camera angles and b

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    is still a rock-solid primer for un

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    composition of the frame. It also l

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    in a film. But the language of cine

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    One of the most famous crane shots

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    Working with backlighting, simulate

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    farther away. Telephoto lenses seem

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    etter understanding of the vision o

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    Film composition Image Composition

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    Some arrangements are made by placi

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    We chose the cactus as the main sub

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    So, you can simplify your pictures

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    The lighthouse seems well placed in

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    You can also apply the rule of thir

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    Imagine this view without the diago

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    Here's what we're looking for. The

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    . . . lopsided like this. Karen loo

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    There are usually several ways to a

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    The horses and their riders add con

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    Let's correct these mergers by usin

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    the accuracy of the sound. All prof

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    Film marketing buzz The marketing b

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    Film editing Making the film after

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    Film sound design Postproduction -

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    Film music Your film's musical scor

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    Film ADR Get your film's dialog rig

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    dropped or otherwise manipulated to

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    Film distribution Sell Your Film No

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    (www.MyGreatFilmProductionCompany.c

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    you promote your film you are well

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    probably won't be any acquisition a

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    Many of the bigger festivals give g

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    festival submission. The Filmmaker'

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    How to make money from your film Yo

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    Quad Cinemas, New York, NY 212 255-

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    Guba.com BitTorrent Walmart and Ama

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    and will also contract with one or

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    This very important clause specifie

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    Hollywood More About Filmmaking - H

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    you get it in writing. People who r

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    Overview of Film schools Understand

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    Admit it. In large part it's just t

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    The ACTION/CUT Filmmaking DVD Pro C

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    Learn more by clicking on the follo

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    American Movie needs to be viewed b

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    Film directing Road to Perdition wi

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    Editing techniques Your discount co

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    US film schools Guide to Film Schoo

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    Katharine Gibbs School - Long Islan

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    Netherlands Philippines Spain Turke

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    1. Highlight the HTML code in this

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    Filmmaking forums Filmmaking Forums

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    Filmmaking Downloads Filmmaking Dow

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    that bring flexibility and control

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    completion. Additional Camera - An

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    Avant Garde - Experimental or highl

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    (Grip/Lighting) Breakdown Script -

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    approaching the end, and they shoul

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    (Cinematography) Craft Services - T

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    pattern. (Grip/Lighting) Diopter -

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    Film glossary E-K Glossary of Filmm

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    affected by overtime restrictions o

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    Highkey - An overall brightly lit s

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    Film glossary L-P Glossary of Filmm

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    generator. This is essential to avo

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    Notch - A recess on the edge of a p

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    generally preceded or followed by a

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    Film glossaryQ-S Glossary of Filmma

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    screenplay. Screwball comedy - Type

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    sound editor, sound effects, sound

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    Film glossaryT-Z Glossary of Filmma

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    Voice-Over (V.O.) - Indicates that

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    More Film glossaries Glossary of Fi

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    Click Here to Download the Film Sch

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    Such, then, are the differences of

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    arrangement of the incidents. By ch

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    and killed him. Such events seem no

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    8.1 Character: In respect of charac

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    were to make a tragedy out of the e

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    the use of metaphor it can. Such is

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    illiant. 11. Problems and solutions

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    13. Conclusion Thus much may suffic

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    Filmmaking Contracts - FilmTvContra

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    Filmmaker festival Submissions - Wi

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