5 Magazines for Chronic Hobbyists
4.50 / 5 based on 2 Reviews
1 Year, 5 issues - MovieMaker Magazine is a bimonthly chronicle of the world of independent motion picture art and business and the personalities who inhabit it. It contains commentary, how-to information, new product reviews, financing strategies, humor, criticism, photography, illustrations and candid interviews with above-the-line trendsetters as well as behind-the-scenes craftspeople. Featuring insight into the marquee names of today, the giants of yesterday and the trend-setters of tomorrow in an attractive full-color package, MovieMaker is designed to entertain as well as instruct, and is written for both independent artists and all fans of quality motion pictures. see more...
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It's an interesting look at how movies are made, what the budget was and how they get certain actors for certain roles. The down side is it's a little on the pricey side so I'll sit and read it so I don't have to buy it
I have been a subscriber to MovieMaker for a few years now, and it is one of the few magazines that I am sure to read cover to cover! If you are planning on entering any field within the realm of filmmaking, or are planning on becoming an independent filmmaker, then this is an excellent read. It has in-depth interviews with people from both sides of the dolly tracks, and is filled with great resources for schools, equipment, and even casting agencies! Honestly, it's worth every penny and is inspirational, and informative without fail.
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