So you're trying to break into the film industry. So you hate networking. So you hate wandering through parties and conferences and such, engaging in meaningless chitchat with some poor so-and-so who happened to cross your path and then thrusting your business card willy nilly on him or her. So you think that talent alone, a barrelful of which you are carrying around with you, will lead you to the success and fame you so richly deserve. Good luck in your career, my friend. Yo
On this day, one of the world’s great filmmakers was born. He died almost exactly fifty-two years later on the same date. The most remarkable thing about him was that he died nearly three hundred years before the invention of the cinema.
So in the strictest sense of the word, William Shakespeare was not a filmmaker. Nevertheless, his plays have inspired many classic films in the hundred and twenty-one years since the first public exhibition of motion pictures. These films ha
Is everyone sweating yet? I know I am. That's because we're coming to the end of the semester (and the program!) for Film and TV Production at Humber College. It's been a long haul and a lot of effort, a lot of working weekends and sleepless nights for everyone. Through it all we've had successes to celebrate and failures to learn from. Trust me: if you can make it all the way through several years of almost unrelenting effort, you can make it in the film and TV industry. Eve