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Filmmaker Toolkit: Production

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    Insider Tips for Creating the Best Sound Design for Your Film

    In a guest post, Glenn Kiser, director of the Dolby Institute, tells filmmakers what they need to know about sound design before they begin production.

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    How to Keep Your VFX Costs Down During Pre-Production

    In this guest post, Scarecrow Visual Effects' VFX Supervisor Josh Bryer and VFX Producer Melissa Brockman discuss ways to control visual effects costs during pre-production. Their hope is to help filmmakers understand and control costs in their vfx process.

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    How to Find The Right Producer for Your Indie Film

    Mynette Louie, president of Gamechanger Films, shares some great advice about how to find the right indie film producer for your project - as well as a list of indie film producers.

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    'To Be Takei' Producers Among 9 Projects Selected to Attend Sundance Institute Creative Producing Lab and Summit

    Here are the lucky 9 projects that have been selected to participate in the Sundance Institute Creative Producing Lab and Summit, which starts today.

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    Will This New Online Tool Revolutionize Location Scouting?

    Filmmaker Robert Carrier recounts how his experience making his debut feature film, "Scavenger Hunt," led to his founding The Scoutr – an online prop sourcing and location scouting platform that he feels could be the future of filmmaking.

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    Check Out This DIY Slow Motion, But Don't Try It At Home

    DIY filmmaker and special effects guru Joey Shanks recently rented the Casio EX-F1 for a week and captured this really cool slow-mo.

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    How 'Boyhood' Editor Sandra Adair Helped Shape The Film's 12-Year Evolution

    Indiewire speaks to Sandra Adair, the editor of "Boyhood," about what it's like to work on a film over a period of 12 years.

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    Attention Filmmakers: You Can Get a Blackmagic Pocket Camera Half Price

    Originally on the market for just shy of $1000, the Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera will temporarily be available for $495.

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    Attention, Content Creators: Apply to Dogfish Accelerator and Turn Your 'Dream Project Into a Reality'

    Dogfish announced today the launch of their second Accelerator cycle, "a comprehensive development financing program that offers funding, mentorship and partnership opportunities, and has expanded its applicant pool to a new generation of content creators."

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    5 Reasons Why You Need To Hire A Casting Director And Not Do It Yourself

    In a guest post, casting director Nicole Arbusto details why it's not a good idea to try to cast your film on your own without the help of a paid professional.

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