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Script Analysis And Continuity

Do you know the game Connect Four? The players take turns to insert coloured discs in a vertical board aiming to have four of the same colour in any direction. We were shooting a 3 minutes scene with two characters in a pub, talking, … Continue reading

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What’s Continuity Got To Do With Documentaries?

A couple of years ago I was incredibly privileged to have a prototype of the Black Magic Pocket Camera on a music video I Directed. That music video ended up being a nightmare deal with the clients, but about that maybe in … Continue reading

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Live/Love Work

  It’s been a while since I posted anything on the blog. Let’s just say that ‘life’ got in the way. But work is life and life is work, or better said I’m one of those who lives to work rather than works … Continue reading

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A few classes coming up!

Hi again, After the last TV show I took some time off to shoot a music video, I went overseas to two weddings at the opposite ends of Europe, renovated my apartment in Bucharest in record time, and I am … Continue reading

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Wish You All A Lucky 2013!

I never make New Year resolutions and I don’t normally reflect on a year that just finished or time that passed. But today I had to create a 2013 Continuity Folder and noticed the first Work Folder I ever created titled 2003. … Continue reading

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Screen Direction 101

The other day I stumbled upon this sweet website that made use of a few Film Continuity rules in a really fun and creative way! Eternal Moonwalk is a quirky online tribute to Michael Jackson. It’s a simple crowdsourced website … Continue reading

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Script Supervision Course

Hi all, Open Channel Melbourne asked me again to run their intensive Script Supervision Course this year. It will take place in November over the weekend of the 17th – 18th. The course is for those who want to work in … Continue reading

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Beautiful Shots Versus Coverage

I just wrapped on a lower budget film and it seemed that every day we were facing the same issue: to spend more time on a certain setup to make it look as beautiful as possible or to get coverage … Continue reading

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What You Lookin’ At?

In a previous post, I mentioned TJ Smith who has done some amazing research and detailed experiments on how we watch movies. He is one of the team members behind The DIEM Project (Dynamic Images and Eye Movements). Using elaborate eye-tracking … Continue reading

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Right On Target

Have a look at this photo! Do you see anything ‘wrong’? Have a look again! Anything wrong with … the Man? I shall call him the Octopus Man! Errors like this one happen all the time in printed media and … Continue reading

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