How to Approach Pacing in Film

Pacing in film: it sounds like a simple concept, but it’s actually created by a collection of complex choices. And as a filmmaker, you get to make all the decisions about what you want your film’s pacing to be. Are you directing an intense action sequence that’s meant to get your audience’s hearts pounding? You

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5 Nonprofits Filmmakers Should Know

Giant Hollywood corporations aren’t the only organizations putting their power behind new filmmakers. The nonprofit world is also having an important impact. Below are five film nonprofits making a difference! 1. Made in Her Image Made in Her Image is one of the new exciting film nonprofits that teaches filmmaking to girls of color between

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Can Government Aid Save Movie Theaters?

The U.S. Congress has approved a massive covid-19 relief bill that includes aid for struggling movie theaters and Broadway venues. Now that the $2.3 trillion bill has been passed by the Senate, it will be sent to President Trump to be signed. The long-awaited government bill “means that the vast majority of small and mid-size

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How Film Premieres Work During Covid

The covid-19 pandemic has changed the way film production and film festivals operate. But covid film premieres and even for-your-consideration awards events are still happening! If you’d like to hold a covid film premiere, below are some ideas to inspire you. Drive-In Movies An easy way to keep all your audience members safe and distanced

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