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Steven Spielberg’s advice for aspiring filmmakers
“If you get bitten by that bug you can make a lot of little movies and somehow those films will get seen by people hopefully that will hire you to do a music video someday, or a TV commercial, or a television show or someday a feature film.”
HERE ARE A FEW OF MY FAVORITE BOOKS TO READ.
1. THE FILMAKER'S HAND BOOK - BY STEVEN ASCHER & EDWARD PINCUS
2. DIGITAL MOVIEMAKING - BY SCOTT BILLUPS
3. FROM REEL TO DEAL - BY DOV S-S SIMENS
4. FEATURE FILMMAKING AT USED CAR PRICES - BY RICK SCHMIDT
5. THE EVERYTHING FILMMAKING BOOK - BY BARB KARG, RICK SUTHERLAND
It started at St. Charles' Arcada Theatre in 2013 with 34 films. The owner let us use the theater for free. In 2014, we took it to New York. This year, it will include more than 100 films that cover all types of horses and horse people, from "long riders" (people who ride 1,000 miles or more on single journeys to wild-mustang trainers.
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This weeks audio blog features two sisters that have a youtube channel and they talk about their video production and how they produce their video. Mya and Malia inspires kids their age.
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Good audio requires not only good gear, but also a good ear to know what your sound should be sounding like. We talk with ED McNeil an audio production professional who has worked in the field of audio and music production. He gives us his insight on working on audio for documentary films. I have personally used Ed's studio for work on my two documentaries Free Spirits - Saving America's Wild Horses and Electronic Crack Film
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