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How Do You Know Which Idea to Pursue? The First Feature: AMATEUR

Sundance alum, Ryan Koo, talks about his journey on AMATEUR and how to get your first feature made.

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David Gutnik on Editing the Psychological Thriller NANCY Starring Andrea Riseborough

David Gutnik breaks down the genre elements of Nancy and shares how he kept every edit connected to the soul of the film.

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Here’s How to Shoot a Sci-Fi Film on a Low Budget

Teemu Nikki, the director and co-writer of “Lovemilla,” a Finnish science-fiction-fantasy-comedy-musical, shares how he and his team created a sci-fi film on a shoe string budget.

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Pure Nonfiction: Rachel Lears on Filming Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez

Rachel Lears and Robin Blotnick talk about their journey following AOC while shooting KNOCK DOWN THE HOUSE.

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Kirsten Johnson on Discovering New Ways to See

Kirsten Johnson shares the wisdom she's gained over the years working as both a filmmaker and cinematographer.

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Indiewire’s Ultimate Guide to Documentary Filmmaking

Indiewire curated a comprehensive list of articles that focus on nonfiction filmmaking to give you a sampling of advice from leaders in the industry.

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On Finding the Beginning, Middle, and the End

Nonfiction film editor, Ann Collins, talks about finding the narrative when editing documentaries and how important the relationship is between the editor and director.

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International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam Video Archive

Check out this amazing catalog of videos IDFA has captured over the years.

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Creative Types: Quiz

Take this fun Quiz by Adobe Create to find out what creative type you are and what types you should pair with in order to spark the best collaboration.

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The Doc Life: Editing Documentary Film, aka an Exercise in Patience

Film Independent sat down with accomplished documentary filmmakers and editors to discuss the keys to a successful editing process.

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Film School by VICE

Have you ever been curious about how VICE makes their content? Check out this expansive hub of BTS and how to videos from VICE creators.

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"Your Job Is to Protect the Show" and More Tips from Top TV Editors

Liz Nord sums up great advice from three Emmy-winning editors.

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7 Simple Editing Tips That Will Help You Edit Like a Pro

Tips to help you strengthen your editing skills.

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The Ultimate Guide to Camera Shots

Check out this comprehensive guide of over 50 camera shots and angles that will help you get the best coverage.

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8 Essential Cuts Every Editor Should Know

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Wrestling the Edit: How the Makers of THE CINEMA TRAVELLERS Reached the Final Cut

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Contemplating the Cut: The Art and Craft of Nonfiction Editing

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What Goes Down in the Editing Room

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Editing is “Spelunking Into the Soul,” Say Josephine Decker and Harrison Atkins of MADELINE'S MADELINE

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Breaking Down the Keys to Finding the Most Compatible Editor for Your Feature