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Bohemian Rhapsody's Terrible Editing - A Breakdown

Bohemian Rhapsody's Terrible Editing - A Breakdown r/editors   u/whiteymcgroovenhaven  
‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ editor responds to Oscar win backlash r/editors   u/Digit4lSynaps3  
John August teaches how to write better action description in real-time. [DISCUSSION] r/Screenwriting   u/ThePowerfools  
Watch Steven Spielberg direct on the set of Jurassic Park r/Filmmakers   u/speelabeep  
Breaking the fourth wall with class. r/Filmmakers   u/jcsports23  
This one take shot! r/Filmmakers   u/jawafett  
A film still from our upcoming film. What do you guys think? r/Filmmakers   u/CFXSquadYT  
I've just finished the first draft of my 120 page script! It's terrible, but i'm so happy that i finally did it! r/Screenwriting   u/DeafmoonPhoenix2  

It's a terrible script! Poor dialogue, terrible stage direction and really bad characters. But I'm so happy that I finally completed the first draft!

Sorry if this post is pointless, but I'm just so happy that I finished the first draft after months of doubt.

Here are some stills from my first short film project. I'm currently in the editing stage and looking for feedback. I'm 15 and working alone, so any advice is super appreciated :) r/cinematography   u/anthony-film  
This professional grade chase shot. r/cinematography   u/The-DapAttack  
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