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In today's fast-paced and budget-conscious entertainment industry, increased programming and production opportunities in film, television, radio and
We who live in the Washington DC area have access to the world’s largest rights-free collections of film and photos, and they are usually available to
By Sheila Curran Bernard and Kenn Rabin Editor’s Note: This article is adapted from the second edition of Bernard and Rabin’s Archival Storytelling: A
A client once asked me if the legal and business issues concerning an audio-visual project would change, since mediamakers are producing more projects
A review of Michael Donaldson's 'Clearance & Copyright: Everything the Independent Filmmaker Needs to Know,' 2nd Edition
Music supervision is one of those coveted jobs by individuals who are passionate about music and who sense they can match songs with images. Driving
Documentary filmmaking continues to enjoy a surge in popularity, visibility and exhibition, in styles and formats ranging from short to feature-length
Over the last decade, there has been an explosion of music documentaries finding their way to both the big and small screens. Making one is in many
Filmmakers have often told me that they find the scoring process to be one of the most daunting aspects of making movies. Even some seasoned directors