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When Should You Talk To A Stunt Coordinator About Your Project?

When Should You Talk To A Stunt Coordinator About Your Project?   On the surface this seems like a pretty simple question. Not even worth asking. Yet many newer filmmakers get it wrong! They think that the stunt coordinator is one of the LAST people to hire for their production team after the budgeting has […]

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Advanced Camera Techniques for Shooting Action Tip 3 – The Knock Down

Advanced Camera Techniques for Shooting Action Tip 3 – The Knock Down   Having one of your characters knocked to the ground is a powerful storytelling moment. The audience sees that things are NOT going well for that character and the fight is being lost. Yet performing this is risky for your actors and usually […]

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When Should You Schedule Your Action / Stunts To Be Shot?

When Should You Schedule Your Action / Stunts To Be Shot?   Want to incorporate action sequences in your project? If you are new to filming action choreography and stunts you want to pay close attention to this post.   Many filmmakers new to shooting action think that it’s a relatively simple task. “Hey just […]

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How Many Action Sequences Should You Have In Your Movie?

How Many Action Sequences Should You Have In Your Movie?   For filmmakers that want to make a great action movie, this is a common concern. How much is too little and how much is too much? First, we’ll share with you an industry standard and then our own personal philosophy (and invention) on the […]

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Advanced Camera Techniques for Shooting Action Tip 2 – Chase Scenes

Advanced Camera Techniques for Shooting Action  Tip 2 – Chase Scenes   So you may be thinking… chase scene?!? Well whoopty frickin’ doo. Another chase scene…how original. Yet don’t underestimate the power of the dark side…I mean the chase scene. For building up excitement, suspense and production value, it can’t be beat.   It’s all […]

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Advanced Camera Techniques for Shooting Action Tip 1 – Off Screen Violence

  Advanced Camera Techniques for Shooting Action Tip 1  – Off Screen Violence   So you want to show some violence in your project yet not have it become a bloody gore movie? As a filmmaker, or choreographer, you may want to feature a violent encounter without the blood and pain yet have it still […]

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