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MovieMaker Magazine Issue 124 / Summer 2017 Back Issue

View Reviews   |   Write Review Only £2.49 MovieMaker is the nation's leading magazine on the art and business of making movies. Founded in 1993 and available on newsstands across North America and parts of Europe, the publication has a quarterly readership of 150,000. .. read more Its companion website, established in 1995, is one of the most popular movie sites on the web. MovieMaker is a special interest consumer publication with content directed at the audience as well as the artist. Its lively mix of in-depth criticism, festival coverage, do it yourself moviemaking techniques and profiles of both rising and legendary Hollywood actors, directors, cinematographers, producers, screenwriters and editors make it a perennial favourite with readers the world over. Although the magazine's core audience is both independent filmmakers and Hollywood's leading players, one needn't be a moviemaker to love MovieMaker, one simply needs to love movies.  read less
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MovieMaker's Summer 2017 issue. Inside:

25 Coolest Film Festivals in the World, 2017
The Best Film Schools in the U.S. and Canada
Taylor Sheridan's Wind River, featuring Jeremy Renner and Elizabeth Olsen
Moviemakers Behind Bars: Creative Talent in Prison
And Toni Collette, David Lowery, Steve Coogan, Matt Reeves, Destin Daniel Cretton and the Safdie Brothers
MovieMaker is the nation's leading magazine on the art and business of making movies. Founded in 1993 and available on newsstands across North America and parts of Europe, the publication has a quarterly readership of 150,000. Its companion website, established in 1995, is one of the most popular movie sites on the web. MovieMaker is a special interest consumer publication with content directed at the audience as well as the artist. Its lively mix of in-depth criticism, festival coverage, do it yourself moviemaking techniques and profiles of both rising and legendary Hollywood actors, directors, cinematographers, producers, screenwriters and editors make it a perennial favourite with readers the world over. Although the magazine's core audience is both independent filmmakers and Hollywood's leading players, one needn't be a moviemaker to love MovieMaker, one simply needs to love movies.
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