Why it took 10 years to make Uncut Gems | A24 Films
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Why it took 10 years to make Uncut Gems | A24 Films

This is Behind the Curtain. Today we’re gonna be learning about how the Safdie Brothers developed Uncut Gems over ten years, how being a quarterback relates to writing chaotic scenes, and what the name uncut gems really means we started […]

The Basics of Film Genre #3: Film Noir
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The Basics of Film Genre #3: Film Noir

Filmmakers welcome to another very special The Genre Format Series (working title) extraordinaire with Kathryn and Dušan and this week Kat and me have decided to talk to you about Film Noir. Very nice. Since this is our 21st video…. […]

Film and media arts major at Messiah
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Film and media arts major at Messiah

(upbeat playful music) – My name is Nathan Simms. I’m a junior at Messiah College and I’m a double major in both film and media arts and Spanish. I grew up making films as a kid. I saw that Messiah […]

How to Analyse a Film Scene / Film Career Advice #14
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How to Analyse a Film Scene / Film Career Advice #14

Hey guys it’s Silvie the Raindance intern here and today I’m gonna be giving you a series of things to watch out for when you’re doing a sequence analysis. So sequence analysis might sound like something you’d only do in […]

What’s So Great About Casablanca? Ask a Film Professor.
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What’s So Great About Casablanca? Ask a Film Professor.

We often hear that Casablanca is one of the greatest movies ever made, but why? What’s so great about Casablanca? Julian Cornell, professor of film studies at New York University, explains, Michael Curtiz is from Casablanca. I think it’s one […]

How a TV show gets made
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How a TV show gets made

Getting a show from script to screen is a fast and furious process. Some crews make thirteen episodes of scripted TV in the same amount of time it takes to make a single blockbuster movie. So how do they do […]