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May 22, 2013
General, Brooks Pro Tips
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Initially we must establish the understanding that any image printed on a sheet of paper can only have highlights as bright as that chosen paper and is limited to shadows as black as the printing machine and said paper are capable of achieving.
May 14, 2013
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It’s simple: you need to know what makes a screenplay good. Even if you wish to pursue directing or producing, screenwriting is a foundational filmmaking skill. Whether you are beginning to write a screenplay or want a Screenwriting I refresher, review these five tips before you start drafting:
May 8, 2013
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As you prepare to complete your degree program and enter the job market, you must put together a portfolio. A portfolio is an essential component of the interview process.
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