What I Learned at the 2016 CWVFF

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The Christian Worldview Film Festival and Guild is an experience difficult to capture on paper or in photos. Even video doesn’t quite do it justice. Even so, I’m going to try to give you a taste of some of the … Read More

Making the Most of a Networking Opportunity

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Networking with other filmmakers is a great way to learn new things, make great connections and overall just be inspired to keep on keeping on. With the Christian Worldview Film Festival right around the corner, I thought I’d write up … Read More

The Craft of Continuity

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Script Supervisor PROFILE 1) Responsibilities – Key duties to fulfillDuring pre-production: Break down the script by elements (locations, props, script days, etc.) and measure scenes by eighths of a page. Create a continuity one-liner to track the passage of time … Read More

How to Use Structure to Tell a Better Story

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Structure (though it may sound boring) is, in reality, a key element to telling a great story. Today John Fornof (Adventures in Odyssey, Lamplighter Theatre) will walk you through 3 story structure models, and how you can use them to tell a … Read More

Profile of a 2nd AD

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2nd AD PROFILE 1) Responsibilities – Key duties to fulfill Assist the 1st AD (1st Assistant Director) with any duties they wish to delegate. Coordinate the efforts of the AD support team (PAs). Oversee the progress of the principal cast … Read More

Creating a 3D Image Effect in Adobe After Effects

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Have you ever been stuck with using images as b-roll for a project, but had a hard time keeping it from looking like a boring slideshow? I have. But there’s one technique that can really help make it come alive – … Read More

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