A Technical Practical Double Header On the Next Double Down Film Show

Posted by Anthony - November 3, 2009 - Cinematography, Double Down Film Show, Editing, Film School - 2 Comments

On the next Double Down Film Show we have a double-header of filmmaking knowledge. First up is colorist, Eric Alvarado (Sex and the City, Fog of War, Tupac:Resurrection), who’s gonna walk us through the process of color-correction and discuss some of the many ways that a colorist can enhance the production value and visual story-telling on your next project.

Exactly what does a colorist do and how can you help them do it better for your project? Eric will break down the answer in living color on the next episode.

After that we’ll converse with Tiare White and Camille Landau the authors of the classic film book, What They Don’t Teach You In Film School: 161 Strategies for Making Your Movie No Matter What.

There is a huge catalogue of practical knowledge about the psychology, reality, and delicate daily minutia of filmmaking that you can only be picked up from painful experience or by having the foresight to study a book of wisdom like this (and listening to Double Down Film Show of course). These set-saavy Hollywood producers will share some of the best insights from their popular film book for your ears only.

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