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Retirement Communities and Evangelical Churches for the NY Times

Earlier this year I co-produced two video pieces for the New York Times. The first was on retirement communities in South Florida that are seeing an increase in baby boomers moving in but were still working. They didn't want to retire, it was just a good real estate...

STRIKE – CCP’s New Film

Less than two months ago I was sitting on the couch, going through the weekly Longreads newsletter, when the first article just grabbed me and pulled me in. The Most Amazing Bowling Story Ever. As a kid I bowled a lot, so when a story about bowling comes across my...

5 Ways to Use Still Photos in Movies That Are Not the Ken Burns Effect

While not usually a problem for fiction films (unless it's a stylistic choice), most documentaries find the only visual media available for some parts of the film are still photos. The most common method that comes to mind to add movement to still photos is the Ken...

Cinematography – Biblio Film School

A while back I started a book recommendation series where I'd recommend what I thought were the best books in each area of filmmaking. Today we're continuing with cinematography books. Unlike the first category of screenwriting, I've read a lot of cinematography books...

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