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Now displaying: May, 2016
May 30, 2016

Jon S. Baird  is best known for his 2013 film Filth.[2]

Baird has also directed for television, e.g., Vinyl (on HBO), season 1, episode 8, "E.A.B."

May 25, 2016

Simon Cade is the founder or DSLRGuide,  a popular blog and YouTube Channel. To learn more about Simon you can visit his webiste at http://dslrguide.tv/ or check out all of the great videos on his YouTube Page. At the time of writing this Simon has 221,946 subscribers.

On this episode we talk all about YouTube as well as how to start making short films. 

 

You can also follow Simon on Twitter. @DSLRguidance

May 17, 2016

In 2013, David F. Sandberg made a little horror short film "Lights Out" for an online Horror Short competition. The film not only won, but became a viral sensation. Not too long after that, Sandberg started getting calls from Los Angeles from agents and managers.

Fast forward to Sandberg sitting in an office with James Wan (The Conjuring, Saw) talking about making "Lights Out" into a feature. 

 

May 10, 2016

On today's episode we're going beyond the Hero's Journey to discuss mythic themes in storytelling. My guest, Pamela Jay Smith, is an expert on the topic of mythology and understanding archipaths.

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