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How Directors can help Inexperienced Talent Move on Film

Working with inexperienced actors takes a little bit more patience – here’s a few tips when working with newbies. Learning how to work with talent is a skill that takes years to hone. In the corporate world, casting talent can range from setting up auditions to hiring actual employees to play roles. Employees can give Read MoreRead More

What the Visual Style of J.J. Abrams’s ‘Star Trek’ Films Can Tell Us About ‘The Force Awakens’

Lucas directed the original Star Wars with static cameras like a fable – JJ Abrams may be bringing the look of Star Wars more down home. One of the first sights in the new trailer for Star Wars: Episode VII – The Force Awakens is a massive, collapsed spaceship, gray and imposing like the remains Read MoreRead More

The Unexpected Virtue of Goofs: Birdman’s Shifting Spaces

“Swerving and halucinating, this megalomanic backstage comedy runs us along all the perverted, hysterical stations of theatre life”, Filmkrant-critic Ronald Rovers wrote about Alejandro González Iñárritu’s Oscar-winner Birdman. The swerving and the halucinating indeed go hand in the film, this investigation of the inner workings of the St. James Theater’s catacombs shows. Walk a mile Read MoreRead More

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