Composition and The Rule of Thirds Beauty has a lot to do with math, and physical attraction depends on a ratio; a golden ratio. Everything in nature has this ratio in one form of the other. When we talk about the aesthetic of beauty we are referring to symmetry, proportion, and a recognizable pattern or…

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Ron Finley Masterclass: Learn “Gangster” Gardening In a quarantined world, we need to take advantage of the extra time we have. Learning how to grow your own food is a skill set that every person should have. When Ron Finley first grew a garden on a curbside dirt strip, he got cited—and then a warrant…

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Martin Scorsese Film’s Screenplay Collection Below you’ll find a list of almost every film in Martin Scorsese’s filmography and the screenplay associated with that film. Take a watch of Martin Scorsese discussing his process below. The screenplays below are the only ones that are available online. If you find any of his missing screenplays please…

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The Coen Brothers Screenplays The Coen Brothers (Joel Coen and Ethan Coen) are two of the most unique voices on the cinema’s stage today. Their career has been going strong for over 30 years. When you read a Coen Brothers screenplay you know that your world will be turned upside down. Before you jump into…

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Quentin Tarantino Screenplays What can be said about Quentin Tarantino the screenwriter that hasn’t been said before? QT has, easily, one of the most unique and singular voice in the history of cinema. You may love him or hate him but you will remember him. Reading his screenplays is a masterclass in dialog, structure, and rhythm.…

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Noah Baumbach: Independent Film’s Dramedy Mastro Born to film critic/novelist Jonathan Baumbach and Georgia Brown who was Village Voice critic, Noah Baumbach was born in Brooklyn New York City on 3rd of September 1969 and was the third of four siblings. After completing his graduation from Brooklyn’s Midwood High School in 1987, Noah Baumbach got…

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What is Film Noir? Film noir is a term in filmmaking that’s used predominantly to refer to classy Hollywood crime dramas, mainly the ones that emphasize sexual motivations and cynical attitudes. The Hollywood classic film noir era was said to have extended from the early 1940s to the late 50s. During this period, Film Noir…

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Sara Blakely Masterclass: Learn How to Become an Entrepreneur With just $5,000 and an idea, Spanx founder Sara Blakely went from selling fax machines door-to-door to launching an apparel company that became a global sensation. With Spanx, she not only invented a product that women around the world now love, but she also reinvented an…

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