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Three takes per setup, eight locations and 20 grand -- John G. Young tells Brandon Harris how he made his microbudget feature "Bwoy," which stars Anthony Rapp and opens today in New York.
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“You Try to Find the Beauty, Shoot It and Move On” John G. Young on His Microbudget Drama, Bwoy | Filmmaker Magazine

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From the moral seriousness of his films to changing up his working methods to how far away he places his camera -- our interview with João Pedro Rodrigues as his new "The Ornithologist" hits NY theaters via Strand Releasing.
From the moral seriousness of his films to changing up his working

Locarno Film Festival 2016: João Pedro Rodrigues on The Ornithologist | Filmmaker Magazine

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06/22/2017 at 21:58. Facebook
Opening tomorrow at New York's Metrograph is Albert Maysles's final film, a collaboration with a quarter of young filmmakers. It's about Amtrak's long-running, long-distance Empire Builder train and is a must for fans of both Direct Cinema and rail travel.
Opening tomorrow at New Yorks Metrograph is Albert Maysless final film a

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06/22/2017 at 18:11. Facebook
Justin Stewart talks to Michael Showalter about the making of his crowdpleasing new comedy, "The Big Sick."
Justin Stewart talks to Michael Showalter about the making of his crowdpleasing

Michael Showalter on Working with Kumail Nanjiani and Judd Apatow on The Big Sick | Filmmaker Magazine

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06/21/2017 at 22:38. Facebook
What the festival called "Alternate Reality" -- AR and VR -- were big topics at last week's Sheffield Doc/Fest. Tiffany Pritchard straps on the headsets and tries out some of the most acclaimed titles. And she writes about some of the films and panels too.
What the festival called Alternate Reality AR and VR were big topics

Documentary Goes “Alternate Reality” at Sheffield Doc/Fest 2017 | Filmmaker Magazine

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06/21/2017 at 20:34. Facebook
Vadim Rizov looks at Bertrand Tavernier's very personal three-plus hour history of French film, "My Journey Through French Cinema."
Vadim Rizov looks at Bertrand Taverniers very personal threeplus hour history of

My Journey Through French Cinema: Personal Canon-Building with Bertrand Tavernier | Filmmaker Magazine

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06/20/2017 at 20:13. Facebook
"I think many women live through the painful and confusing split of a performed sexuality as opposed to an authentic sexuality." Nina Menkes talks with Deborah Kampmeier about her bold third feature, "Split."
I think many women live through the painful and confusing split of

Splitting Off from Powerlessness: A Conversation with Director Deborah Kampmeier | Filmmaker Magazine

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06/20/2017 at 19:34. Facebook
For "Loving Vincent," a team of artists created each frame in the style of Van Gogh with oil paint on canvas. Randy Astle speaks with Sean Bobbitt about the challenges of pulling off this approach.
For Loving Vincent a team of artists created each frame in the

Five Questions with Loving Vincent Producer Sean Bobbitt | Filmmaker Magazine

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06/20/2017 at 18:24. Facebook
“Who gave you the right?” is a question that storytellers today must be armed to answer. Taylor Hess talks with Dominican-Guyanese filmmaker Gabriella Moses about navigating representational challenges in the making of her first feature, "Leche."
Who gave you the right is a question that storytellers today must

“What’s Pushback and What’s Just Conversation”: Director Gabriella Moses Navigates a “Potluck of Racial Identity” | Filmmaker Magazine

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06/19/2017 at 19:06. Facebook
It's hard to link to Michael Sicinski's dive into five points about the new "Twin Peaks" without spoilers; suffice to say he goes deep.
Its hard to link to Michael Sicinskis dive into five points about

Five Ideas Regarding Twin Peaks: The Return (Parts 1-6) | Filmmaker Magazine

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06/19/2017 at 18:17. Facebook
From his "Things DPs Don't Talk About" column, narrative film cinematographer Sean Porter explains three blessings and curses that result from shooting commercials.
From his Things DPs Dont Talk About column narrative film cinematographer Sean

Commercials: Acting School for the Rest of Us | Filmmaker Magazine

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06/19/2017 at 17:29. Facebook
Melissa Miller had a nice film career as an art department coordinator. But what she really wanted to do is direct. Here, in this first-person essay, she describes the steps she took to go from crew member to above-the-line writer/director.
Melissa Miller had a nice film career as an art department coordinator

From BTL to ATL: How I Went from Art Department Coordinator to Director | Filmmaker Magazine

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06/19/2017 at 16:55. Facebook
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06/19/2017 at 16:41. Facebook
Online from our new print issue, Anthony Kaufman finds out how high levels of student debt are impacting film students' post-graduation careers.
Online from our new print issue Anthony Kaufman finds out how high

Credit Risk: Student Debt’s Impact on Post-University Film Careers | Filmmaker Magazine

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06/19/2017 at 16:07. Facebook
Can a documentary be so bad it's good? Why aren't there viewing parties, like those for "The Room," for doc flame-outs? Penny Lane seriously considers the question and comes up with her own list of five "so bad they're good" non-fiction (?) films.
Can a documentary be so bad its good Why arent there viewing

Notes on Bad Documentaries (Or, Can a Documentary Be So Bad It’s Good?) | Filmmaker Magazine

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A relative obscurity starring Richard Harris, Hitchcock's masterclass in visual invention, "The Lodger," and more in this week's Blu-ray picks from Jim Hemphill.
A relative obscurity starring Richard Harris Hitchcocks masterclass in visual in

Highpoint, The Lodger and Zaza: Jim Hemphill’s Home Video Picks | Filmmaker Magazine

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Catching up with episodes 5 and 6 of the new "Twin Peaks," Vadim Rizov takes note of five points of interest.
Catching up with episodes 5 and 6 of the new Twin Peaks

Twin Peaks, Episodes 5 & 6: Five Notes (The Number Means Nothing) | Filmmaker Magazine

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With "John Wick: Chapter 2" hitting home viewing platforms today, we're reposting Matt Mulcahey's interview with director Chad Stahelski, in which they break down some of the film's most impressive stunts.
With John Wick Chapter 2 hitting home viewing platforms today were reposting

“The Bike is Going to Hit the Camera!” Chad Stahelski on John Wick: Chapter 2, Stair Falls and Other Stunts | Filmmaker Magazine

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Andreas Halskov examines David Lynch's much-discussed use of noise and interference as a stylistic device, recurring motif and general theme.
Andreas Halskov examines David Lynchs muchdiscussed use of noise and interference as

Watch: David Lynch’s Use of Noise and Interference | Filmmaker Magazine

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