Ron Howard’s Father was a director of theater so it was somewhat inevitable that he would start his career as a child actor (Happy Days, anyone?). These days, he’s more well known for his work behind the camera. Early on in his career he began to realise his ambitions for directing after being directed by lots of people who used to be actors themselves.
Who doesn’t love Tom Hanks? I know everyone here at GetFilming does. Whether it’s watching one of his many huge hits like Forrest Gump, Castaway or Big. Or whether it’s listening to him talk about the film industry, he’s pretty much one of our top people ever, let alone actor.
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Perhaps the most difficult genre to depict on the screen is the comedy genre. In the cinema world it is a well known fact that it is more difficult to make people laugh than to make them think or cry. Comedy has always been an integral part of cinema right since its invention.
What do all these films have in common? Fast Times at Ridgemont High, Twilight, Frozen, Private Parts, Shark Tale, Lords of Dogtown, Shrek, Clueless, The Guilt Trip and many more. They are all the work of some of the most successful female directors in the film industry.
There are a lot of brilliant cinematographers out there, unfortunately there are also a lot of wannabe cinematographers who don’t yet know what they are talking about. So what do you do if you want to get some quick cinematography tips? You come to us, of course and we’ll show you the videos that we’ve been watching.
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We all want to get out there and get filming. It's only natural that someone as creative as you wants to go out into the wild and start shooting your new masterpiece and while we absolutely think you should do that occasionally you should listen to what others have to say about filmmaking.
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