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  1. amyclarkeuk

    Narrowing of the business

    Try reading Stephen Follows blog for facts - https://stephenfollows.com/49-interesting-facts-uk-film-industry/ I broke some down on a blog posts here - 4 reasons why the film industry is not as doomed as you think it is - http://amyclarkefilms.com/4-reasons/ We are definitely over saturated...
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    Narrowing of the business

    I am going off BFI statistics - low and no budget filmmaking is decreasing. There was a peak of low budget films in 2008-2010 brought on by dslr filmmaking and crowdfunding - however since 2010 low budget filmmaking is falling and will carry on falling. Which is good news for serious filmmakers...
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    Good movies

    watched the prestige for the first time last night and loved it. I am hoping to watch some good films soon, in mute so I can study the camera movement.
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    Looking for film video and TV jobs?

    Lots of places to look - unfortunately this is an old list - searching on twitter has worked for me before http://amyclarkefilms.com/20-places-to-find-film-work/
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    I love everything about making movies

    Will be when I turn it into a job. Its got to be one of the hardest jobs.
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    Filming A Oil Painting Scenes?

    Do you have to show the actual actor painting? perhaps a get an actual artists stand in and paint from behind. Or maybe you could record the oil painting montage separate and mask it in on After Effects. I think it all relies on what shots you use. amy amyclarkefilms.com
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    my short film blog

    Cool blog Kiyong. My film blog - www.amyclarkefilms.com. X)
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    Best camera for an aspiring filmmaker

    I'd say the Canon 550D would be your best option. When you get more money you can save up and buy more lenses.) amy www.amyclarkefilms.com
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    Future of Film vs Digital

    I agree with Shawheen. Film makers now have more options, such as 3D, film is just another tool to be used in film making. 'The Artist 'for example was silent black and white film. I can see silent cinema making a come back. amy www.amyclarkefilms.com
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    First attempt of street photography

    Hi, I've taken up photography as part of my University course in film making. I'm hoping that it will give me more of an insight into lenses and shooting on film (which I hope to do some day but can't afford to now). I've attached my photos to this link: http://amyclarkefilms.com/?p=1518 It's...
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    Going to be starting a blog here about a particualr project.

    Looking forward to it Looking forward to it Looking forward to it Doc, especially the bit about the mistakes,) there seems to be a lot of film maker blogs out there that don't mention the bad bits of film making (and the mistakes they make) in the fear it'll make them look less...
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    What editing software to use?

    It's not about the editing software its about the editors vision. There's no 'specific' editing software that you 'should' use. If you can cut and stick the footage together that's all you need. I think companies who insist that you 'must' use final cut miss the point, the quality of an editors...
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    Up-coming artist looking to shot a documentary!

    Send an email to film schools/ university's which study film/documentary about your project and you might find an interest there. All the best, Amy www.amyclarkefilms.com
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    How do I remove self-consciouness when acting?

    To Cesar To Cesar Its OK, everyone is self conscious and most actors are completely embarrassed about acting when they do it. In time things will get easier, but you have to start somewhere - so throw yourself in to the deep end, id say that you should try auditioning and acting in student...
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    DVD that cannot be duplicated

    what i would do what i would do Hello, I'm pretty sure that all DVDs can be copied at least if someone really wanted to do it they could. If I was you I would but it online - on Vimeo for example; password protect it and make sure that the options for your film are set for unable to download...
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    Directing Actors - Is it them, or me?

    Hi Tyler, Your right about the script. If someone has handed the screenplay over directly for you to produce then surely they want you to direct it? Some writers want to direct too but I think most people start out with the writing directing dream then choose one or the other. I'd contact the...
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    Directing Actors - Is it them, or me?

    Hi Tyler, Sounds like you Haven't got the best of crews. I think that the most important part (and also the hardest part) of film making is to find people who you can work with. Your producer had no right to fire the actors without talking to you first. Although perhaps it was for the best. I...
  18. amyclarkeuk

    Directing Actors - Is it them, or me?

    Just try and make it work. Problems come all the time with filmmaking but always the show must go on (unless you really do believe that the end result will be worthless,). Always do auditions when casting and when you do audition them film them as well that way you can see if there face works on...
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    Short animated script availble

    Sure thing I'd love to have a read. I'll send you my script for a short stop frama animated project I've just written. Amy contact me here - www.amyclarkefilms.com
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    How to prepare as a high school student

    Hello, my names Amy I’m a 21 year old filmmaker from the UK, I hope I can help you out. There’s no clear path in becoming a film director that is to say that everyone has their own unique path. The best way to learn is by doing, so I’d say write a script, find a camera and get some people...
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