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The Other Dark Knight

Opens Friday, April 27 at The Flicks Corruption, violence and rescue: It's a disturbingly cruel cycle repeated often and with ever-heightening fervor in each revolution (and there are many) of You Were Never Really Here, a very dark dive starring Joaquin Phoenix. I...

Mad Max: will courtroom feuding put the brakes on a Fury Road sequel?

George Miller’s dystopian romp left audiences desperate for more. Yet even in a world teeming with unwanted follow-ups, we may not get itGeorge Lucas once argued that The Phantom Menace was the Star Wars movie he would have made back in the 1970s, had special effects...

Video Tutorial: 5 Tricks For Working with Photos in Premiere Pro

In this video tutorial, learn how you can improve your video editing by using these five tips for incorporating still images. Working with photos in Premiere Pro can be confusing, especially if you’re new to the program. Even if you’ve already mastered working with...

'Wildling' Director Fritz Böhm on How You Can Humanize Dark Fairy Tales

This frightening story of a woman in captivity proves appearances can be deceiving. Wildling is blessed with three leads wholly absorbed in their characters. Bel Powley (The Diary of a Teenage Girl) plays Anna, a young woman who has been in captivity since birth. As...

Watch: How to Effectively Use a Smartphone in Your Movie

Do smartphones provide filmmakers with the opportunities to organically incorporate technology into their stories? Whether filmmakers like it or not, smartphones are here to stay. I'd even hazard a guess that a similar sentence has been written about most of the...

3 Factors DP Phil Holland Uses to Choose His Lenses

DP and VFX expert Phil Holland shares his lens selection process with Adorama at NAB 2018. Director of Photography Phil Holland has been creating commercial images for nearly 20 years, both as a cinematographer and as part of the VFX team on major productions like...

Our Most Anticipated Films of Tribeca 2018

The Robert De Niro and Jane Rosenthal-founded New York festival arrives in style. If it's springtime in New York City, it can only mean one thing: allergy season! But if it means two things, then we're pretty sure it's the Tribeca Film Festival. Now in its 17th year,...

Apps That Will Help You Write Screenplays More Efficiently

It's so easy to get distracted while writing a screenplay, but these apps might help you stay on track. I'm never more productive than when I'm writing a screenplay. Of course, my productivity is spent doing everything but writing my screenplay, like laundry, my...

The Duct Tape of Film: Gaff Tape and All of Its Wonderful Uses

If it can't be fixed with gaff tape, you're not using enough gaff tape. Though it hasn't yet been used to make a prom dress (though, if filmmakers had a prom just for them, I'm sure it would be), gaff tape is one of the most useful items you can have on set. It's used...

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Listen to Yourself - Self Talk Weekend Seminar

Events > 2018 > May > Listen to Yourself - Self Talk Weekend Seminar

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Learn to Listen to yourself! Learn how your self-talk affects the way you think about yourself and the world outside your head. Proceeds from this Seminar will support the Tiny House Building Project here at TVCTV. We plan to build a tiny house to get one more Veteran off the streets of Boise.

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