[BOOK REVIEW] Shoot Like Tarantino: The Visual Secrets of Dangerous Storytelling
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Ask anyone for a list of the most prolific and artistic filmmakers, and Quentin Tarantino will most likely be on it. His work is so distinctively identifiable that anyone who views one of his films will instantly recognise it as his. In addition to the artistic use of violence on display...
Book Review: Writing for the Cut, by Greg Loftin
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The creative process is always mysterious. Writing is tremendously difficult, as any novelist worth their salt will tell you. Screenwriting, while technically writing, is its own beast. Screenwriting encompasses all the sweat and pain that writing involves, with the added bonus...

Tutorials Hollywood Camera Work The Master Course All CD 1-6 Full

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Hollywood Camera Work The Master Course All CD 1-6 Full
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Tutorials Alex Buono's "Cinematography Workshop"

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The Daytime Cinematography Workshop provides an on-set learning experience, giving you a behind-the-scenes look at the process I use in my filmmaking. I'll show you how I deal with working in a fast turn-around environment like Saturday Night...