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Digital FilmMaker Magazine

Write Review Your guide to independent filmmaking

Digital FilmMaker is the one-stop resource for filmmaking, editing, post production and more.

Regular features include: interviews with pros from the film industry, Q&A sessions, equipment reviews, tutorials, film reviews and competitions.

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Digital FilmMaker  |  DFM Issue 49  

While this issue does have some high-end professionals in evidence, there is also a proportion of people who are choosing to do their own thing independently. A prime example is, of course, Emma Dark, who has recently finished her Salient Minus Ten film, shooting with the trusty Sony A7S II and is now busting a gut to promote the work. That said, Emma did have Philip Bloom as DoP, which is an enviable pair of helping hands to have on board. At the same time, we’ve also got a glimpse at how the folks with a little more budget do it, so the insight into the work of DoP Matthias Bolliger, who’s been shooting his latest project with premium Panasonic equipment is well worth a once over. Elsewhere this issue, we have another raft of projects that cover a wealth of subject matter, with everything from thrillers through to horror on show. There’s also an inspiring tale from Martin Moore, who has managed to move from journalism into a career in video and, as a result, is keeping busy and earning decent money too.
Your guide to independent filmmaking

Digital FilmMaker is the one-stop resource for filmmaking, editing, post production and more.

Regular features include: interviews with pros from the film industry, Q&A sessions, equipment reviews, tutorials, film reviews and competitions.
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7 Customer Reviews
   Ideal for newbies Reviewed giovedì 25 luglio 2019
Lots of information to start delving into the film making industry!
   Always refreshing Reviewed sabato 20 luglio 2019
Rate for professionals
   Essential reading for Indie filmmakers Reviewed venerdì 24 novembre 2017
If you produce or perform in independent film this is a great monthly resource to find out what is on trend and who is up and coming in the everyday world of filmmaking.
   Great magazines for all those interested in filmmaking Reviewed mercoledì 13 settembre 2017
Ideal for those just starting filmmaking and those who have been in the profession for awhile with many details about fine tuning your technical knowledge
   A MUST FOR ALL FILMMAKERS Reviewed domenica 5 febbraio 2017 SUBSCRIBER
This magazine is superb, packed with useful and inspirational articles and advise that has really helped me to forge a career in the film industry. Money well spent.

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