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The Original Guerrilla Film Maker
Phil smith followed the Legendary film maker johnnie oddball for his college project , between 2003 and 2005 phil's accounts follow johnnie as he make's cinema history by creating the iconic 48 hour... More > film challenge event's in Berlin Paris & within the Cannes Film Festival , johnnie was asked why he create these challenges he replyed
"to inspire others is one of the most rewarding feelings a film maker can do"
johnnie was quoted saying
"i'll stop filmmaking when i stop breathing"
john park from fringe report called mr oddball "the most create influence in the British Film Industry"
Awarded (Film Person the year 2003)
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Learn Basics to Becoming a Film Maker
This eBook will teach you the basics of film making. Start your own film making studio at home! To begin with, in a nutshell, film making is broken down into three parts.
Pre-production, Production,... More > and Post-production. Distribution is the last part, way down on the timeline and doesn’t come into play until everything is in the can. However, if you are ever going to get to distribution you will need to spend a great deal of time in the Pre-production phase. There are times when you don’t have that luxury, especially if you are shooting.< Less
The Maker of Opportunities
THE MAKER OF OPPORTUNITIES is one of books by George Gibbs.He was an American author, illustrator, artist, and screenwriter. As an author, he wrote more than 50 popular books, primarily adventure... More > stories revolving around espionage in exotic locations. Several of his books were made into films.
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Creative Image Maker
This issue includes:
Featured Portfolio from John Kiely: The Cumbrian Coast.
Equipment Review from Christopher Walrath: Zeiss Ikon Contina III.
From The Desk, Camera News and A Picture Is Worth A... More > Thousand Words... and more!
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Maria Antoinette the Makers of History
Marie Antoinette was Dauphine of France from 1770 to 1774 and Queen of France from 1774 to 1792. She was the fifteenth and penultimate child of Holy Roman Empress Maria Theresa and Emperor Francis... More > I.
Marie Antoinette was Dauphine of France from 1770 to 1774 and Queen of France from 1774 to 1792. In April 1770, upon her marital relationship to Louis-Auguste, Dauphin of France, she ended up being Dauphine of France. She assumed the title Queen of France and of Navarre when her husband ascended the throne as Louis XVI upon the fatality of his grandfather Louis XV in May 1774.
Initially charmed by her individuality and elegance, the French people eventually came to dislike her. She later on ended up being called Madame Déficit because France's monetary crisis was criticismed on her lavish spending.
Long after her death, Marie Antoinette is usually considered to be a component of popular culture and a major historical figure, being the subject of many books, films and various other forms of media.< Less
Creative Image Maker: Jan 2009
This months edition features a feature portfolio by B.A. Bosaiya, 'Making Your Own Chemistry' by Ian Grant, 'A Picture Is Worth A Thousand Words', an interview with David Vickers (creator of Creative... More > Image Maker), news from the Editor, and more...< Less
Let Them See You, Let Them Hear You: a handbook for young film makers
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This is a short manual for the beginner film maker. Lots of good information on how to make a film with very little budget for teens. Topics covered pre-production, production, post production,... More > animation, digital editing Macs or PCs, graphics and how to build a make up kit.< Less
Creative Image Maker: March 2009
In this months magazine we bring you a series of portfolio images from Diane Kaye and Robert Carbajo talks about his Carbon printing process. Shawn Dougherty gives us a glimpse of the hard life in... More > the midwestern U.S. We also cover solarisation and getting to know your film. Download your copy now for free.< Less
Creative Image Maker. May 2009.
This March edition covers coating plates and film - written by Ron Mowrey, well known to many as a chemist for Kodak and very active in emulsions. Phil Bryson talks about push processing, Chris... More > supplies some featured images and Willie Jan covers cyanotypes.< Less
CREATIVE IMAGE MAKER WINTER 2010 QUARTERLY JOURNAL
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This is the first printed issue of Creative Image Maker Magazine. In this issue we have the following: the Frederick Scott Archer Project by Quinn Jacobson, a group collodion portfolio for the FSA... More > Project, color processing by Nicholas Andre, a classic camera write-up on the Kodak Brownie 2A by Christian Tobar, stand processing by John Kiely, printing controls by Chris Walrath and an editorial by Rob Valine.< Less