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There’s knowledge & wisdom to be found in the suggestions and musings offered by some of the most revered directors of our time.

The best director is a constant learner. Here are some books we strongly recommend to anyone desperate to get into the film business.

During this period of introspection, we’re taking a look at some of the best charities and organizations out there helping female filmmakers.

Getting a press pass as a blogger is relatively simple, but there are a number tricks you need to know about before approaching a film festival press team.

When it comes to the world of filmmaking, there’s only so much you can learn at college. Some iconic directors lit their paths towards success without it.

When making a movie you can use two types of performers: actors or non-actors. Let’s take a look at the pros and cons of using non-actors in your

So, with all the artistic basses covered, why are you even wondering whether you might need a producer on your short film project? Here’s why.

Almost any classic Hollywood movie follows the Hero’s Journey: a 12-step monomyth concept from Joseph Campbell's 1949 book 'A Hero With A Thousand Faces'.

So you want to get into making short films. Here are five essential books for any budding short film screenplay writer.