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The Art of Storyboarding with Ridley Scott   #filmmaking  STAY IN TOUCH: @indiefilmacdmy http://www.indiefilmacademy.com http://www.facebook.com/indiefilmacademy http://www.twitter.com/indiefilmacdmy

The Art of Storyboarding with Ridley Scott #filmmaking STAY IN TOUCH: @indiefilmacdmy http://www.indiefilmacademy.com http://www.facebook.com/indiefilmacademy http://www.twitter.com/indiefilmacdmy

DP/30: Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol, director Brad Bird    There's a bit in here where he talks about storyboarding and how his live action process differed from animation

DP/30: Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol, director Brad Bird There's a bit in here where he talks about storyboarding and how his live action process differed from animation

The Cinematography of True Grit    This is a really awesome little clip of Roger Deakins talking about shooting this film.  I love the visual storytelling!  He's the master!

The Cinematography of True Grit This is a really awesome little clip of Roger Deakins talking about shooting this film. I love the visual storytelling! He's the master!

T2 Special Effects (Part 2 of 3)  More of CG stuff from T2, what challenges where, what people related to production of film thought back than. How CG evolved and helped T2:Judgement Day to become what it became.

T2 Special Effects (Part 2 of 3) More of CG stuff from T2, what challenges where, what people related to production of film thought back than. How CG evolved and helped T2:Judgement Day to become what it became.

“What shocked us,” said Dan Lin, a producer of the Sherlock Holmes films whose team recently watched a Doran presentation, “were Lindsay’s points about what audiences care about most — relationships and the positive resolution of those relationships. We had previously thought what was most important was the lead character winning at the end of the movie.”

“What shocked us,” said Dan Lin, a producer of the Sherlock Holmes films whose team recently watched a Doran presentation, “were Lindsay’s points about what audiences care about most — relationships and the positive resolution of those relationships. We had previously thought what was most important was the lead character winning at the end of the movie.”

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