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Creativity in Filmmaking and Finding Inspiration: An Interview with René Guajardo
Filmmaker René Guajardo has over twenty-five credits on various indie features and short films, and since relocating to Los Angeles, he's been working as a PA on a number of major television shows, including Disney's High School Musical: The Musical…
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Professional Content Creation During and After the Pandemic: An Interview with Vishal Menda
Let's begin with the obvious: the pandemic forced many people to stay indoors for prolonged periods of time, and while indoors, many people turned to various forms of digital entertainment. Streaming services and social media platforms were winning attention by…
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Virtual Production Roundtable with Angran Li, Evan Welch, and Erik Castellanos
As we see virtual production rise to the forefront, we spoke with designer Angran Li, who has worked on the Disney Short The Little Prince(ss), and Erik Castellanos and Evan Welch of Happy Mushroom. The three discussed their individual journeys…
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Interview: Creative Producer and Documentary Filmmaker Casilda García López
Documentary filmmaking has a history of capturing attention and telling incredible stories, often through the collaboration of the subject and the filmmakers.  Even today, documentaries remind us of the immense power and impact that real-world human stories can have, and…
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Dancer/Choreographer Lyndsey Arorash on Sharing New Stories
Dancing from a very early age, Lyndsey Arorash, originally from Bermuda, has been thriving as a professional dancer and choreographer here in the United States for years.  Arorash was featured in the award-winning film Uprooted: The Journey of Jazz Dance,…
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Cinematographer Steven Lindsay Discusses Short Films 'Obdurate' and 'Compliant'
Narrative filmmaking can often require an entire production team to operate on a different level, carefully considering each tiny decision in the light of how it will affect the story and how that story will be communicated to the audience.…
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Artist Predicts Climate Future: ‘We Have to Be More Modest'
'This presentation is very much about paleoclimatology,' explains Noémie Goudal, "how scientists study the past climate partly to understand what happened, but also to help them predict what will happen in the future and how we can plan for it."…
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‘You Need Glue, Tampons, and Ice,' Says Artist Every Ocean Hughes
One Big Bag is a picture of a young death doula, a holistic caregiver who attends to a dying person's desires and supports their family after they pass away. A young lady describes the contents of her "corpse kit" in…
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The House of Hungarian Music Ate a Forest
The round hole-studded bulk of a large crumpet looks to have fallen in the center of Budapest's City Park, impaled on a thicket of trees. It droops down in places, exposing little terraces carved into its top, and bursts up…
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