“18 Hand of Buddha Technique” The 18 Exercises by Flowing Zen (http://flowingzen.com/) If you’re trying to learn the patterns from the pictures, you’re going to have a hard time. These pictures will be helpful if you’ve already learned the exercises. Here are some general benefits of this type of Qigong: Open the energy meridians. Get the […]

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Clinton, Freddie, Matt and Jon sit down for our first-ever RJFS commentary as they discuss how they planned, choreographed and shot RocketJump: The Show’s newest short, Keep Off The Grass, using pre-visualization. What exactly is a “pre-viz” or pre-visualization? Basically, you shoot and edit the movie, before actually shooting the movie! This allows you to […]

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by Erica Fae in Directing,Filmmaking For many directors, the thought of “directing actors” can instill panic. Directors who were once cinematographers, say, or who have worked on film sets, might be at ease working with crews or blocking shots but will freeze up when challenged to give notes to actors. Such performance anxiety is not […]

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1) TF3DM.com TheFree3DModels.com is one of the most popular free 3d models websites, which it’s built upon user generated content and it’s growing month by month. It provides 3d models for free. Their 3d model library consists of 141,000 models across all file formats. Model library consists of character models, Automobiles, cities, gadgets, animals, furniture […]

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I’m alway on the look out for top notch filmmaking education, especially when it’s DIY kinda of stuff. I came across this pretty amazing course called The Art of Micro Budget Film Production. This film workshop is 3 days of non-stop information, all of which will allow you to expand your business and increase your profits. The […]

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Watch all that went behind creating one of the most challenging sets – The Pan Am flight, in the second making video of Neerja. It is the courageous story of a 23 year old girl – an air hostess – who lost her life while saving passengers from terrorists on board the hijacked Pan Am […]

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You’ve seen it before: composited people with hair helmets. If you’ve done any keying yourself, you probably notice it all the time. And you’ve seen worse: webbed fingers, grey outlines, green, magenta or grey reflections on skin. Perhaps you see these in your own work. How can you make your keys look as good as […]

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Camera Movement – Storytelling with Cinematography How can we use sliders, jibs, and tripods in a creative way? Host and Creator – Simon Cade

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BEGINNER’S GUIDE TO WORKING WITH VFX HOUSES One of the hardest parts of filmmaking is growing. Artistic and career advancement require learning new skills, collaborating with new professionals, and expanding the possibilities of the medium. This post is meant to help filmmakers navigate the intimidating process of working with an experienced post house for the […]

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Things you should do: – Be a good listener. If you notice frustration brewing in a crew member, pull them aside and let them vent. It will only take a few minutes, but it’s critical in getting the person (or department!) back on track. If you can build trust with your crew, they’ll feel like […]

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