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Hi Filmmakers! I created a new sound library called 'silent school" with 6.5 Gb room tone only featuring classrooms, staircase, hallways, dark heating & boiler rooms & locker rooms at Denver East High. Feel free to use it if needed! • Everytime

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Hi Filmmakers! I created a new sound library called 'silent school" with 6.5 Gb room tone only featuring classrooms, staircase, hallways, dark heating & boiler rooms & locker rooms at Denver East High. Feel free to use it if needed! freetousesounds.com • r/Filmmakers • u/FREETOUSESOUNDS share

These are so good, thank you!!!!

u/BigOlFetaRoll
Everytime r/Filmmakers • u/danman1316 share
Everything that is old is new again r/Filmmakers • u/ercpck share
Frames from a Kenyan music video I recently shot - RED Scarlet-W x KOWA Anamorphics r/cinematography • u/WallaceTheWampa share
We are often so obsessed with writing single characters we forget that the society and the group also have personalities, goals and subplots r/Screenwriting • u/1VentiChloroform share

In Mad Men, there is a line where Don Draper uses a lie to get out of a situation

Don Draper: "Sorry, we had to carry Freddie Rumsen out of Ratazzi's"

The implication being that Don was being responsible and Freddie is out of control and a alcoholic.

50% of editing is scrubbing through footage looking for minorities r/editors • u/Wu-Tang_Killa_Bees share

Omg so I worked on this project with an agency at the start of summer. I specifically asked if we should be mindful of including a wide range of races and ages. They said no. We’re far into the video and the client sees it for the first time and guess what their first note is?

u/helixflush
Editing a NETFLIX ORIGINAL - A Crash Course r/editors • u/cut-it share
New Yorker Can't Even Get His Suicide Letter right r/Shortfilms • u/brianrosserous share

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