Recommended Cinema for November 19-November 25, 2017

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Listen: Cinema Squad podcast

Discussion about this week in Hollywood and interview with… me.

Yesterday, I was a guest on the weekly Cinema Squad podcast. Along with hosts Sean Wathen, Skye Wathen, and Nicole Murnery, we discussed the week in Hollywood movies, plus a Q&A about the business of screenwriting.

It was a fun and informative 90 minutes, so go here to give it a listen.

For more Cinema Squad podcast episodes, go here.

To learn more about the Cinema Squad hosts, go here.

Twitter: @Cinema_Squad.


Listen: Cinema Squad podcast was originally published in Go Into The Story on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

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Recommended Cinema for November 12-November 18, 2017

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How to Build a Cinema Camera Kit for Less than $250

Want to capture beautiful, cinematic images but don’t have the cash? Well, you might need less than you think.

If you’re looking to get your hands on a cinema camera, expect to spend at least $ 2000. (The Blackmagic Micro Cinema Camera is one outlier at $ 1000.) And that’s just for the body alone—this doesn’t include the cost of lenses and accessories, like filters, memory cards, extra batteries, and cages. So, is there a solution for filmmakers who don’t have thousands and thousands of dollars to spend on camera gear? Caleb Pike of DSLR Video Shooter shows you how he built a full cinema camera kit for less than $ 250 in the video below.

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For Mark Webber’s ‘Reality Cinema’, Lack of Resources is its Strength

Mark Webber’s ‘Flesh and Blood’ is a docu-fiction hybrid starring his unconventional real-life family.

The only thing that’s fabricated in Mark Webber’s documentary-fiction hybrid Flesh and Blood is its inciting incident: Webber, who plays himself, did not, in reality, serve prison time. The film opens as he is released into the inner-city Philadelphia streets, where he grew up impoverished and intermittently homeless, raised by his single mother, Cheri Honkala, now an activist and Green Party politician. Though Webber has resolved to return to life as a free man with practiced grace and optimism, the world around him has changed little—it’s still plagued by the temptations and injustices that contributed to Webber’s imprisonment in the first place.

“I wanted to use the lack of resources as my strength, not a limitation.”

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Recommended Cinema for November 05-November 11, 2017

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Recommended Cinema for October 29-November 04, 2017

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