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Working With Directors, Producers, & Executives

Jack Epps

Jack Epps, Jr. is the co-author of the films, Top Gun, The Secret Of My Success, Dick Tracy, Anaconda, and Turner and Hooch. Epps is also a script doctor and has contributed to films such as Sister Act and Die Hard With a Vengeance. Epps is Associate Professor and Chair of the Writing for Screen and Television Program at the University of Southern California’s School of Cinematic Arts, USA. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Screenwriting is Rewriting : The Art and Craft of Professional Revision

Bloomsbury Academic, 2016

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...You can win more arguments then you might think as a writer, even though you legally have no recourse, and your script can get muddied and altered in any way possible. You can use reason, logic, and passion to argue persuasively for a case...

First Assistant Cameraman (1st AC)

David E. Elkins

David E. Elkins, SOC has over 25 years of professional experience as a Camera Operator and First Assistant Cameraman, working on feature films, television series, commercials, music videos, educational films, industrial films and much more. He is an active member of the International Cinematographers Guild Local 600 and Society of Camera Operators. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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The Camera Assistant's Manual

Focal Press, 2013

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... First Assistant Cameraman (1st AC) After two or three years, you probably will move up from Second Assistant Cameraman (2nd AC) to First Assistant Cameraman (1st AC). In Britain, Europe, and Australia, the 1st AC may be called...

Second Assistant Cameraman (2nd AC)

David E. Elkins

David E. Elkins, SOC has over 25 years of professional experience as a Camera Operator and First Assistant Cameraman, working on feature films, television series, commercials, music videos, educational films, industrial films and much more. He is an active member of the International Cinematographers Guild Local 600 and Society of Camera Operators. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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The Camera Assistant's Manual

Focal Press, 2013

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... Second Assistant Cameraman (2nd AC) In most cases, when you first join the camera department, you will be starting as a Second Assistant Cameraman (2nd AC) or Loader. In Britain, Europe, and Australia, the 2nd AC may be called...

Seeing the Invisible, Part I: Dealing with Infrared Contamination (Red Epic Test)

Jay Holben

Jay Holben spent more than a decade working as a director of photography. As a technical journalist, Holben has been a lead contributing writer for American Cinematographer magazine for nearly two decades. For seven years, he served as technical editor for Digital Video magazine, he is the current lighting columnist for TV Technology magazine, and has been a contributor to Videography and The Hollywood Reporter. As the author of the highly-lauded independent lighting manual: A Shot in the Dark: A Creative DIY Guide to Digital Video Lighting on (Almost) No Budget, Holben was been able to bring his on-set experiences to new filmmakers. In addition to frequent speaking engagements, he holds a faculty position at the Global Cinematography Institute. With Behind the Lens, Holben strives to influence and inform today’s entrenched production technicians with regaling stories from the front-lines. He is currently an independent producer and director living in Los Angeles. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Behind the Lens : Dispatches from the Cinematographic Trenches

Focal Press, 2016

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... Seeing the Invisible, Part I: Dealing with Infrared Contamination (Red Epic Test) Let’s take a brief trip back to high Ultraviolet radiation Microwaves TV school science class and talk a Gamma rays X-rays Infrared radiation FM Shortwave...

The Money, Part 1

Barbara Freedman Doyle

Barbara Freedman Doyle began her career as Assistant to the Senior VP of Worldwide Production at Tri-Star Pictures and continued as Coordinator/Production Supervisor on projects for CBS, NBC, Disney, TNT, Showtime, Hearst Entertainment, Hallmark, 20th Century Fox, and more. Currently, she is the Chair of the Film Division of Chapman University. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Make Your Movie : What You Need to Know About the Business and Politics of Filmmaking

Focal Press, 2012

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... The Money, Part 1 WHERE DOES THE MONEY COME FROM? You have a script, a director, and a producer, or you have a script and you are the director or producer. Where will the money come from to make your movie? Let’s look at a simplified...

Top 10 Podcasts

Clifford Thurlow

Clifford Thurlow is a writer and independent filmmaker. He co-produced Salvador Dali: A Biography and co-produced and presented The Dali Triangle for Yellowbay Films. The winner of a screenwriting award from EMDA, the European Media Development Award, his screenplay Zeitgeist is in development with Hub Media. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Max Thurlow

Max Thurlow is a journalist who has written for a number of publications including the Daily Mail and the Independent. He has shot, edited and screened a number of travel and short films. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Making Short Films : The complete guide from script to screen

Bloomsbury, 2013

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... 1. American Film Institute (www.AFI.com) Exclusive filmmaker discussions and audience Q&A sessions as podcasts. 2. The Documentary Blog Podcast (www.thedocumentaryblog.com) 446 Top 10s 3. Indy Mogul (www.indymogul.com) A network...

Adventures in Lighting: Light Sources 101, Part I—Tungsten

Jay Holben

Jay Holben spent more than a decade working as a director of photography. As a technical journalist, Holben has been a lead contributing writer for American Cinematographer magazine for nearly two decades. For seven years, he served as technical editor for Digital Video magazine, he is the current lighting columnist for TV Technology magazine, and has been a contributor to Videography and The Hollywood Reporter. As the author of the highly-lauded independent lighting manual: A Shot in the Dark: A Creative DIY Guide to Digital Video Lighting on (Almost) No Budget, Holben was been able to bring his on-set experiences to new filmmakers. In addition to frequent speaking engagements, he holds a faculty position at the Global Cinematography Institute. With Behind the Lens, Holben strives to influence and inform today’s entrenched production technicians with regaling stories from the front-lines. He is currently an independent producer and director living in Los Angeles. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Behind the Lens : Dispatches from the Cinematographic Trenches

Focal Press, 2016

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... Adventures in Lighting: Light Sources 101, Part I—Tungsten With a wide variety of illumination sources available to cinemat ographers these days, this sub-series of Adventures in Lighting will break down and explain the different kinds...

Adventures in Lighting: Fixture Types 101, Part I—Through the Eye of the Fresnel

Jay Holben

Jay Holben spent more than a decade working as a director of photography. As a technical journalist, Holben has been a lead contributing writer for American Cinematographer magazine for nearly two decades. For seven years, he served as technical editor for Digital Video magazine, he is the current lighting columnist for TV Technology magazine, and has been a contributor to Videography and The Hollywood Reporter. As the author of the highly-lauded independent lighting manual: A Shot in the Dark: A Creative DIY Guide to Digital Video Lighting on (Almost) No Budget, Holben was been able to bring his on-set experiences to new filmmakers. In addition to frequent speaking engagements, he holds a faculty position at the Global Cinematography Institute. With Behind the Lens, Holben strives to influence and inform today’s entrenched production technicians with regaling stories from the front-lines. He is currently an independent producer and director living in Los Angeles. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Behind the Lens : Dispatches from the Cinematographic Trenches

Focal Press, 2016

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... Adventures in Lighting: Fixture Types 101, Part I—Through the Eye of the Fresnel The sea of lighting hardware can be con - fusing water to navigate. There are so many different options, so many different types of fixtures, qualities...

Color Correction 101

Morgan Paar

Morgan Paar is an adjunct professor of film/video production and post-production at Bronx Community College in New York City and an independent cinematographer and editor specializing in international documentary production. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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The Videomaker Guide to Video Production

Focal Press, 2013

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... Color Correction 101 M organ Paar Figure 52-1 A few simple steps can save an improperly-shot scene or improve one that is less than brilliant. D on’t let the interface of the Color $10,000!), we really cannot see the true...

Fabricating the outside: Part 2

Christopher Walsh

Christopher Walsh has an MFA in Film Studies, and is a Professor in the Bachelor of Animation Program at Sheridan College, Canada. He has worked extensively in the stop motion television industry, and his own short films continue to screen at animation festivals internationally. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Stop Motion Filmmaking : The Complete Guide To Fabrication And Animation

Bloomsbury Academic, 2019

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...In this chapter, you’ll build upon the skills that you’ve developed in the previous chapter as you continue to create Nia’s exterior. The focus here is on moulding, casting, and finishing her hands and feet.By the end of this chapter...