Tag Archives: Chaplin

The True Cost of Filmmaking in the 21st Century

Myth As a college professor teaching filmmaking students in the “digital age,” I often encounter many misconceptions as to the true cost of shooting and finishing a film on celluloid. ┬áStudents mistakenly believe that if it was not for the … Continue reading

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One Curmudgeon’s Opinion: The Ten Most Over-Rated Films of All Time

NOTE: this article originally appeared, in somewhat different form, at The Bug. Being grouchy from both the inanity of the upcoming Oscars and the usual top ten lists everywhere, I found myself playing the list game again, hopefully releasing some … Continue reading

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