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    Attention, Filmmakers: Here's How to Apply to Sharp's Art of Amazing 4k Film Competition

    This year's edition features Sharp partnering with RED, Lucasfilm, THX, the California Film Institute and Adobe to bring about $65,000 of prizes and and a chance to be screened at a premiere film festival.

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    Learn Film Techniques for Free with 'Hulu Summer Film School'

    Hulu has launched "Hulu Summer Film School" to teach users about film and film techniques through films that are available to stream on Hulu.

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    Guest Post: Here's What I Learned at Sundance Documentary Edit & Story Lab

    Indiewire recently invited filmmaker Jesse Moss, whose feature documentary "The Overnighters" premiered at Sunday earlier this year, to chronicle his experience participating in this year's Sundance Documentary Edit & Story Lab as a creative advisor.

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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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    Here's How To Make A Viral Video: 'American Horror Story' Teaser Creator Tells All

    Here's the back story behind the fan-made teaser trailer for "American Horror Story" season 4.

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    15 Tips On Making Your First Micro-Budget Feature

    Here's how this first-time director without any connections got his first micro-budget film made and into theaters.

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    Guest Post: How I Made a Feature Film for Under $10,000 With A Crew of Two

    First-time filmmaker Lance Karasti explains how he made an indie feature for under $10,000 with a crew of two.

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    Watch: Check Out This Great Fan-Made Mashup Video of 'South Park' and 'The Book of Mormon'

    While, we'd never think to put "The Book of Mormon" into the "South Park" world, both are extremely funny, critical and have a hype that never seems to die down. That's probably why Simon Chong, a fan of both the musical and television show, decided to make video combining his favorites.

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    Watch: Filmmakers, Check Out This RED Dragon Visual Lens Comparison

    One of the essential questions that arise when a director decides to make a film is which lens is the best lens to tell a certain story. It may seem like a minor detail, but Chicago filmmaker Jeremy Pinckert has put together a video comparing different kinds of RED Dragon Visual Lens--and it's an im...

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