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01/17/2017 at 16:09. Facebook
"Foley is a lifestyle. It’s not just a career choice for me.” Taylor Hess's Persona Project returns with this portrait of New York-foley artist Joanna Fang, who has a score of films premiering this week at the Sundance Film Festival.

“I Have to Feel Sincere and Real When I Do It”: Joanna Fang on the Lifestyle Work of the Foley Artist | Filmmaker Magazine

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Dan Schoenbrun psyches himself up for Film 2017 by predicting 50 American movies that will make waves this year.

The 50 Most Anticipated American Films of 2017 | Filmmaker Magazine

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01/15/2017 at 20:35. Facebook
Jim Hemphill assesses the legacy of John Huston while considering Criterion's excellent new Blu-ray of "The Asphalt Jungle." Plus, "Loophole" and a couple of other discs worth your time.

The Asphalt Jungle, Loophole and More: Jim Hemphill’s Home Video Recommendations | Filmmaker Magazine

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01/13/2017 at 02:23. Facebook
Celia Rowlson-Hall's "MA" is one of the most striking debuts of any year. It's opening tomorrow in NYC at the IFC Center, and here's a new clip just released by Factory 25.

Watch: An New Clip from Celia Rowlson-Hall’s MA | Filmmaker Magazine

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01/12/2017 at 18:10. Facebook
Yesterday we shared part one of a Dolby Labs podcast conducted with Walter Murch. In this second part, Murch discusses how "Apocalypse Now" changed the state of film sound, why going to film school could be a good idea, and using sound effects to express a character’s emotional state.

Listen: Walter Murch in Conversation (Part Two) | Filmmaker Magazine

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01/12/2017 at 16:19. Facebook
What four lessons can filmmakers working in new media take away from Julian Rosefeldt's Cate Blanchett-starring "Manifesto," which is now heading to Sundance New Frontiers? Randy Astle reports.

Four Lessons for Filmmakers from Julian Rosefeldt’s Manifesto | Filmmaker Magazine

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01/12/2017 at 05:07. Facebook
Congrats to our friends at the Cinema Eye Honors, who held their annual awards event tonight at the Museum of the Moving Image. Kirsten Johnson's "Cameraperson" and Ezra Edelman's "O.J.: Made in America" were the big winners. Read the complete list of winners here.

Cameraperson and O.J.: Made in America Top the 2017 Cinema Eye Honors | Filmmaker Magazine

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01/11/2017 at 20:08. Facebook
We’re pleased to be sharing this podcast conversation with legendary editor Walter Murch, conducted for the Dolby Institute Conversations with Sound Artists series. In this first part, Murch discusses documentaries’ effects on contemporary films, as well as aspects of his work on four of his most famous films: "Apocalypse Now," "The Conversation," "The Godfather" and "The English Patient."...
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Listen: Walter Murch in Conversation (Part One) | Filmmaker Magazine

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01/11/2017 at 19:33. Facebook
This graphics-heavy analysis of a key scene from "The Godfather" juxtaposes images with the script directions, along with on-screen annotations and an audio assist from a Francis Ford Coppola interview.

Watch: “The Godfather: Solozzo’s Death – Script to Screen Analysis” | Filmmaker Magazine

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01/11/2017 at 17:16. Facebook
Is the concept of "family-friendly" content filtering just a mask for an insanely cheap video rental business that penalizes filmmakers? Randy Astle looks at the fascinating story of Utah-based VidAngel.

Will Streaming Services Gain the Right to Show Films without Licensing? | Filmmaker Magazine

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01/11/2017 at 16:35. Facebook
The female-directed horror anthology "XX" just dropped its first trailer. Directors include Karyn Kusama ("The Invitation") and Ann Clark (aka St. Vincent).

Sundance Trailer Watch: The Female-Directed Horror Anthology XX | Filmmaker Magazine

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01/11/2017 at 15:41. Facebook
Panasonic updates the popular GH4 with the new GH5, which boasts some impressive features, including 6K (!) shooting. Michael Murie breaks down the camera's pros and cons.

Panasonic GH5 Raises the Bar with 6K and Much More | Filmmaker Magazine

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01/10/2017 at 15:16. Facebook
This 2016 supercut by Nikita Malko is notable for its intricate intercutting between a variety of pop-ish songs with lyrics and dialogue from the films chosen.

Watch: “Movies 2016” | Filmmaker Magazine

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Alexandre Gasulla pays tribute to the Coen brothers with this supercut connecting motifs and visuals from across their body of work.

Watch: “Joel & Ethan Coen – A Tribute” | Filmmaker Magazine

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"When I budget films, I suggest that you spend 15 or 20 percent of your film on post production. Hopefully you can do that." Sergio Andrés Lobo-Navia talks with post sound veteran Jon Vogl about his career, how digital has changed post sound work, the best budget practices for low budget films and much more.

Jon Vogl on Budgeting for Post Production Sound, Transitioning From Film to Digital Dubbers, and Con Air‘s Place in Sound History | Filmmaker Magazine

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Another day, another 2016-in-cinema supercut, this time credited to YouTube user Beeblebrox.

Watch: “The Beauty of Cinema 2016” | Filmmaker Magazine

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Everybody's working for the weekend? Not the everyman heroes of Jim Jarmusch's "Paterson" and Harold Ramis's "Groundhog Day." Soheil Rezayazdi finds similarities between the two films and the way they celebrate the small epiphanies of day-to-day living.

Welcome to the Working Week: On Paterson and Groundhog Day | Filmmaker Magazine

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"A community of people confronted with an authority who have to figure out how to deal with it." That's one of the main themes of director Penny Allen's work. As a retro of her work plays at Metrograph through tomorrow, Steve Macfarlane goes deep with the activist-minded filmmaker on her career.

Activist Resistance and Organization in Portland and Elsewhere: Penny Allen on Her Career | Filmmaker Magazine

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Greig Fraser tells Matt Mulcahey about shooting "Rogue One" and "Lion," using "The Hateful Eight"'s lenses, and going with the Alexa 65 over film: "When we were doing the camera tests, we were initially talking about doing some shooting on 35mm and then some Alexa 65. After all the testing everyone was like, 'Okay, so how much Alexa 65 are you doing and how much 35mm?' And I said, 'Well guys,...
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Choosing the Alexa 65 over Film and Finding the Right Format: DP Greig Fraser on Lion and Rogue One: A Star Wars Story | Filmmaker Magazine

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Kaleem Aftab surveys the international festival landscape through a survey of the 14 spots he visited in 2016. There's, of course, Cannes and Venice, but also lesser known fests across the globe. And, he picks a favorite film from each.

2016: A Year of 14 Film Festivals | Filmmaker Magazine

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