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We’re collecting writer / director Edgar Wright’s movie double bill recommendations on Twitter.
Edgar Wright-isms that before had only lasted for seconds or frames, here blown up into a feature-length, non-Cornetto instalment.
Live-tweet watch party with director Edgar Wright sharing storyboards and tales from behind-the-scenes – plus a cast reunion table read.
A scrapbook of influential music videos which use lighting, costume, editing, and art direction to create striking images – in-camera.
A shot-by-shot breakdown of a sequence from a film the director… didn’t direct?
Not filming? No worries! Here are editing exercises you can work on in isolation.
A collection of tips and tricks for filming yourself in isolation.
This insight into the blockbuster screenwriting process is as inspiring as it is troubling.
Featuring a mobile, car-chase-ready editing rig.
No less silly or cheaply manipulative than Vol. 1, but it knows what it is, what its audience wants, and how to push things forward.
Either you find these guys funny, or you don’t. The “comedy” doesn’t stretch beyond that.