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The laugh track has been around for decades, but do you know where it came from? Let's dive into the history of the laugh track.
The Wes Anderson style
The cinematic style of Wes Anderson has made a massive impact on cinema and there's a lot videographers can learn from his genius.
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There are many aspects to running a successful corporate video production company. Here's what you need to know to do it.
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Folk horror is one of the oldest and most popular horror subgenres, but defining it and capturing its aesthetic can be difficult.
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When we think of horror films, we often think of gore, but that wasn't always the case. Let's take a look into the gore horror genre.
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Music videos are fun to watch, but take a lot of work to make. Let's discuss the ins and outs of music video production.
Analog horror
Analog horror is an newer subgenre of horror taking the online world by storm. Here are some things to know before diving into it.
Everything in this article is at the very least incomplete. There’s no way you can even begin to cram the almost 150 years of film history into one article. There are whole books written about every single entry here. Consider all of these stepping stones for you to branch...
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We often focus on the logistics of making films. However, knowing how to apply those techniques through film studies is just as important.
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Often seen as dense and abstract, film theory can be a useful tool in understanding the meaning and impact of a film. But what exactly is it? Here’s what you need to know.