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Don Starnes
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If you missed Tuesday's live webinar on preparing for a shoot, it's available on-demand on Moviola. ‪#‎filmmakers‬ ‪#‎preproduction‬ ‪#‎storyboard‬ ‪#‎shotlists‬ ‪#‎indiefilm‬ ‪#‎film‬ ‪#‎directors

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Find out the best ways that a director can prepare for the shoot day in my free webinar Tues, 5/10 on Moviola- register now!

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Want to make seamless green screen keys and composites in The Foundry's Nuke? My latest article includes a free template and tutorial: http://www.provideocoalition.com/keying-and-compositing-in-nukex

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My latest article: "How to break into filmmaking" on RedShark News. 

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The TV pilot trailer that I recently photographed for 32Ten Studios, Cannibal Reign, is part of the impressive slate of original productions which they announced Wednesday:

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Commercial Director Jordan Brady's podcast is essential listening for movie people, especially those who make spots. Jordan interviewed me for this week’s episode, in which we discuss the fine art of cinematic storytelling.

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James Egan, who produced Sound of Redemption (which I photographed part of) is producing a timely and important documentary about Molly Ivins, populist journalist, patriot and American treasure. There are only 6 more days left in their very successful Kickstarter campaign. Click below to become a part of this great project.

My latest article: how I made my own digital theatrical 'print' using Final Cut Pro, After Effects, guerrilla DCP software, pluck and a little help from my friends.
http://www.provideocoalition.com/diy-dcp

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My short comedy Mindfulness and The Triune Brain will be screening at the International Buddhist Film Festival at the Christopher B. Smith Rafael Film Center on Thursday, 4/16. Wes Nisker, the star of my film, will be there introduce the feature comedy The Three Marks Of Existence. Come to the program for buddhist perspectives on why life is funny.

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My friend and esteemed colleague Barry Stone is making short, funny films to educate and inspire discussion about ways to save what little water we have left in California. Take a look at the project's new Facebook page:
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