Monthly Archives: September 2011

Film News Editors Need To Stand Up

As more film news sites pop-up each day, the rabid cannibalization of content becomes all the more obvious. It is not just a few– sadly almost all sites are guilty of this–some are just worse than others. Editors need to … Continue reading

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Killing The Timelessness Of Star Wars

Few films fall into the timeless category in cinema, Lawrence of Arabia and The Godfather are two that do. The original Star Wars trilogy is often thrown into the mix, and while I would have agreed several years ago, it … Continue reading

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Teaching Yourself How To Shoot

The months leading up to shooting my first short film were preoccupied with fund-raising, casting, polishing up the script and location scouting. Then something dawned on me a week before filming began, maybe I could not direct. The self-doubt ate … Continue reading

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