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Paul Thomas Anderson Talks Adapting "Inherent Vice" For the Screen

With movies that continue to defy audiences’ expectations and the ability to plunge into new risks with grace, Paul Thomas Anderson has quickly become one of the most appreciated film directors of our time.

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Location Manager Jared Connon Talks The Hobbit: The Battle of Five Armies

Native New Zealander Jared Connon is largely responsible for the picturesque backdrops that make The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit movies the visual feasts that they are.

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Julio G. Macat, ASC Talks Life Behind the Lens

If there’s anything in common with the slate of movies that Julio G. Macat, ASC has been behind the lens for, it’s that they’re well loved by an audience.

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The Top 10 Production Products of 2014

The ongoing evolution of production gear seems to be speeding up. Changes that once took months or years are now happening almost daily, and the prices for all this new gear are getting lower.

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DP Lan Bui Discusses "Miss Earth" and What Powered his Shoot

Cinematographer Lan Bui recently completed work on Miss Earth, an online short film that was a flagship project for him. 

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Michigan Plans to Extend Incentives with Lower Cap

Michigan has become a hub in the Midwest for filming with its versatile backdrops and generous incentives.

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Director Guy Davidi Lends Advice to Filmmakers

Academy Award nominated director Guy Davidi has become a filmmaker to watch by creating documentaries that constantly defy expectations.

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Director Morten Tyldum on "The Imitation Game"

Norwegian director Morten Tyldum is drawn first to story and characters when choosing a script, not focusing as much on what genre it fits into.

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Under The Sea: DP Jallo Faber Talks About Working on Norwegian Diving Thriller "Pioneer"

Shooting a film always involves an intricate series of stylistic choices, from cameras, to lenses, to the way a picture is framed, but the process becomes even more complex when underwater shots are required.

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Editor Sandra Adair Talks "Boyhood"

Boyhood was one of the most talked about movies of the year amongst the filmmaking community for its genius real life span of twelve years following a boy’s transition into adulthood.

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