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The dramatic peak of a dialogue scene is often a close-up… of an object.
How to find the “Where” of your film.
Tips for working with clip-on, or lavalier, microphones.
Breakdowns, interviews and workshops with the director & DOP behind The Handmaid’s Tale and I Think We’re Alone Now.
An introductory overview to the glass through which feature films and commercials are captured.
How an animatic starring his action figures and his kids was just the final step toward a role the director prepared for his entire life.
Colour and flexibility in The Neon Demon and Honey Boy.
A look at the virtual set used in The Mandalorian.
A behind-the-scenes look at making a documentary – and how to approach crafting your own.
“Sometimes, in order to get to the deepest emotional depths of a character, capturing a feeling, rather than reality, is more important.”
The unusual and enlightening process of Paul Thomas Anderson’s celebrated film.