Film Production

Walkie Talkie Lingo Cheat Everyone on Set Should Know

Walkie Talkie Lingo

Walkie Talkie Lingo Cheat Everyone on Set Should Know On every project, you will be given a walkie talkie lingo and will be expected to know how to use it to communicate professionally with your department. Initially, this can be daunting if you don’t know how to use it correctly, but a radio can save…

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Case Study: “CON” a 7,000 Euros Irish Feature Film

Case Study: “CON” a 7,000 Euros Irish Feature Film One thing I want to make abundantly clear from the beginning is that producing a feature film for 7,000 euros (8,500 dollars) in total (from idea all the way to screen) is not easy. You have to think outside the box. The point is this; you…

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IFH 233: Real Filmmakers Don’t Starve with Jeff Goins

Jeff Goins, Real Artists Don’t Starve, The Art of Work, Your a Writer (Act Like One), The Art of Work: A Proven Path to Discovering What You Were Meant to Do, The In-Between: Embracing the Tension Between Now and the Next Big Thing

Real Filmmakers Don’t Starve with Jeff Goins Today’s guest is bestselling author and creativity expert Jeff Goins. In this episode, he dismantles the myth that being creative is a hindrance to success by revealing how an artistic temperament is, in fact, a competitive advantage in the marketplace. For centuries, the myth of the starving artist has…

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Filmmaking Books You Need to Read – Top Ten List

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Filmmaking Books You Need to Read – Top Ten List   1) Rebel without a Crew by Robert Rodriguez This is one of the first filmmaking books I read at film school and is still one of the best ever written. In Rebel Without a Crew, famed independent screenwriter and director Robert Rodriguez (Sin City, Sin City 2,…

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How to Become an Assistant Director

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How to Become an Assistant Director In the film industry the 1st Assistant Director or “1st AD” is the driving force behind making sure a film is completed, safe and organized. Becoming an Assistant Director can be a tricky thing and becoming a member of the DGA (Directors Guild of America) even more difficult. How…

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