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Key Behind-the-Scenes Crew on How They Made Many Decades Beautiful with “Age of Adaline”

Age of Adaline, starring Blake Lively, captures the quintessential look of several different decades through the story of a woman who becomes ageless after an accident.

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Brandon Trost, ASC on Creating a Look for "The Diary of a Teenage Girl"

Brandon Trost, ASC is a master at shooting comedy, recently putting his eye to work on projects like Neighbors and This is the End.

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Director Max Joseph on the Upcoming “We Are Your Friends”

Max Joseph has made a name for himself as the co-host of MTV’s wildly popular show “Catfish,” as well as getting his feet wet directing through a number of short films.

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Thailand Considers Adding Filming Incentives to Increase Business

With its stunning backdrops and splashes of color, Thailand just begs to be used as a filming location, and the new addition of filming incentives may just be the thing to give it more screen time.

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Cinematographer Russ Alsobrook, ASC on How to Shoot Comedy

Cinematographer Russ Alsobrook, ASC is a seasoned expert in what makes something visually funny, constantly improving his eye by working with giants of comedy.

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“People Places Things” Director James Strouse on Successful Collaboration

Director James Strouse has made a name for himself through compelling indies like Grace is Gone and The Winning Season.

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Steven Fierberg, ASC on Creating a Modern Hollywood Look for “Entourage”

Cinematographer Steven Fierberg, ASC, who was behind the glossy look of HBO’s “Entourage” recently came back to the story of the SoCal pals for their big screen debut.

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Director Peyton Reed on Creating a Superhero Movie with Humor and Heart

For a movie about a small superhero, Ant-Man is making a big splash with great reviews and an expected big opening for the weekend.

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What You Should Know About New Zealand's South Island

A slew of filmmakers working in mainstream productions have discovered New Zealand to be the perfect place to tell their stories — and after hearing so many great things about the South Island known as Otago, I decided to find out for myself why so many film and commercial producers continue make the trek to this faraway land.

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Cinematographer Mark Irwin on the Importance of Still Photography

Cinematographer Mark Irwin’s expert eye behind the camera has lead him to bring moving images to the screen for big budget comedies like There’s Something About Mary and Dumb & Dumber.

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