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Women Behind the Camera: DoPs Kate Reid & Eve Hazelton

Directors of photography Eve Hazelton (The Underwater Realm) and Kate Reid (Blooded, Scrubber) discuss their experiences of working across a range of features and camera platforms, and why gender does not matter when you get…

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Writer/director Paul Andrew Williams – Song for Marion

With films like London to Brighton, The Cottage and Cherry Tree Lane, writer/director Paul Andrew Williams has become one of Britain’s most exciting new filmmakers. Here he gives us an exclusive—and honest—insight into his screenwriting…

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Cross-Media: Creating an immersive experience for your audience

As co-founder of Fourth Wall Studios, creator of Primetime Emmy® winning original series Dirty Work and this year’s Power to the Pixel Cross-Media Forum’s keynote speaker, Sean Stewart is one of the most experienced cross-media…

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VFX in a Digital Age

Drew Jones, VP of feature FX at Method Studios, the London outfit who created the effects for the likes of Seven Psychopaths, X-Men: First Class and Wrath of the Titans, writes about how his team…

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Paul Thomas Anderson: Perfecting The Look

The writer-director explains why he will stop at nothing to get the right aesthetic, even if it means shooting in 65mm. …

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The Power of Costume

Five years of planning has gone into the V&A Museum’s epic Hollywood Costume exhibition, which celebrates the multi-faceted role of costume design throughout movie history. Here, curator Deborah Nadoolman Landis takes movieScope’s Chris Laverty on…

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Thomas Vinterberg: The Story Matters

The Danish director explains why he’s returning to the controversial subject matter of 1998’s Festen, in which a father is accused of molesting his children, with The Hunt, which stars Mads Mikkelsen as a teacher…

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Ben Wheatley Talks Sightseers

As the director of Down Terrace, Kill List and Sightseers, Ben Wheatley is carving out a career for himself as one of the UK’s most exciting independent filmmakers. During a short break from finishing his…

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Not Just a Pretty Face: Nadia Stacey talks Make-Up.

Having served as make-up artist and designer on big and small screen projects as diverse as Green Zone, Tyrannosaur and Sightseers, Nadia Stacey writes exclusively about why her role is essential to creating great characters.…

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Side by Side: Documentarian Chris Kenneally on the future of film

While the digital revolution continues apace, there is still much debate about whether film has a place in the future of moviemaking. Here, documentarian Christopher Kenneally talks about why he felt the time was right…

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