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    Gayla Johnson

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    Kerstin Alm

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    Charlie Kaine

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    Michael Viera & Margaret Crable

    Chris Cote


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    Teresita Madrigal

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    Monique Salmon

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    ❊ 3D Wire (Espagne)
    ❊ Balkanima - European Animated Film Festival (Serbie)
    ❊ KDIAF - Kuandu International Animation Festival (Taiwan)
    ❊ TAF - Thessaloniki Animation Festival (Grèce)
    ❊ Cinemabrut (France)
    ❊ FIFIB - Festival International du film indépendant de Bordeaux (France)
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    ❊ Festival SPASM (Canada)
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    ❊ Figari Film Fest - International Short Film Festival (Italie)
    ❊ HOFF - Haapsalu Horror & Fantasy Film Festival (Estonie)
    ❊ Fancine - Festival de Cine Fantástico Universidad de Málaga (Espagne)
    ❊ Sitges - International Fantastic Film Festival of Catalonia (Espagne)
    ❊ Chacun son court (France)
    ❊ Godebut European Film Festival (Lituanie)
    ❊ interfilm - International Short Film Festival Berlin (Allemagne)
    ❊ Festival du Film Court de Villeurbanne (France)
    ❊ KLIK! Amsterdam Animation Festival (Pays-Bas)
    ❊15th ANILOGUE International Animation Festival (Hongrie)

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    ❊ KloosterKino (Pays-Bas)
    ❊ Bogoshorts - Bogotá Short Film Festival (Colombie)
    ❊ Anima Mundi - Festival Internacional de Animação do Brasil (Brésil)
    ❊ SESIFF - Seoul International Extreme-Short Image & Film Festival (Corée du Sud)
    ❊ Kurzfilmtage - Festival international du court-métrage de Winterthur (Suisse)
    ❊ Cartón - Festival Internacional de Cortos de Animación La Tribu (Argentine)
    ❊ Festival du film d'animation de Madrid (Espagne)

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    CHERVET , Faustine DUMONTIER , Simon DUONG VAN HUYEN , Quentin Laurent , Eloïse RAUZIER , Alizée
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    EDEMRA , Naseer PASHA , Samkat YIN , Eliott PEUPION , Marie BIDEAU , Clément KUBICEK , Manuel GARO ,

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    Décors / Set : Vincent GIBAUD, Jonas GENEVAZ , Camille FOURCADE

    Effets spéciaux / Special effects : Yann LEROY , Vincent GIBAUD

    Montage / Film Editor : Vincent GIBAUD

    Rendu / Rendering : Vincent GIBAUD

    Ingénieur du son / Sound engineer : Nicolas MARTIGNE

    Montage sonore / Sound editor : Nicolas MARTIGNE

    Mixage / Mix : Nicolas MARTIGNE

    Musique / Soundtrack : Benjamin H. FORD

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    Breanne Thomas
    Adam F. Kritzer

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    Wesley Wingo

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    Jennifer Peralta-Ajemian

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    Elle Ginter
    Devin Cremer

    Stephen Roll

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    Mark Dunning

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    Sawrab Karim

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    Art Assistant
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    Monica Ninh
    Jess Plummer

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    Ariel Viera

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    Digital Effects
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    Marc Ripper

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    Producer: Brandon Smith
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    First AC: Daniel Guadalupe
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    FOUNDERS AWARD – 4. North Carolina Film Awards – 2016 Raleigh, US
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    51st Chicago Int. Film Festival – 2015 Chicago, US
    24th Heartland Film Festival – 2015 Heartland, US
    18th Guanjuato Int. Film Festival – 2015 Guanjuato, MX
    30th DOK.fest Munich – 2015 Munich, DE
    19th Bucheon Int. Fantastic Film Festival – 2015 Bucheon, KR
    35th Filmschoolfest Munich – 2015 Munich, DE
    28. exground Filmfest – 2015 Wiesbaden, DE
    22nd International Film Festival Etiuda&Anima – 2015 Krakow, PL
    32. Kasseler Dokumentarfilm- und Videofest – 2015 Kassel, DE
    11th FEST - New Directors I New Films Festival – 2015 Espinho, PT
    55th Zlín Film Festival – 2015 Zlín, CZ
    25. Filmkunstfest M-V – 2015 Schwerin, DE
    12th VIS Vienna Independent Shorts – 2015 Vienna, AT
    18th Brussels Short Film Festival – 2015 Brussels, BE
    13. Big Sky Documentary Film Festival – 2016 Missoula, US
    21st Milano Film Festival – 2016 Milano, IT
    7th DOC NYC Film Festival – 2016 New York, US
    25th St. Louis Film Festival – 2016 St. Louis, US
    29. Stuttgarter Filmwinter – 2016 Stuttgart, DE
    32nd Sarajevo Winter Film Festival – 2016 Sarajevo, BA
    17. Landshuter Kurzfilmfestival – 2016 Landshut, DE
    17th Festival International du Film d'Aubagne – 2016 Aubagne, DR
    18. Independent Days International Filmfestival – 2016 Karlsruhe, DE
    13th Cinedans – Dance on Screen Festival – 2016 Amsterdam, NL
    8th Go Short – Int. Short Film Festival Nijmegen – 2016 Nijmegen, NL
    29th Filmfest Dresden – 2017 Dresden, DE

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    Writer: Nicholas Denton
    Cinematographer: Thom Neal
    Editor: Patrick McCabe
    Production Company: Patch Adams Productions (c)

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    - World Festival of Animated Film - Animafest Zagreb 2016, GRAND COMPETITION – SHORT FILM program, Croatia, June, 2016
    - Annecy International Animated Film Festival, Out of Competition, France, June, 2016
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    Teachers would adopt Stanisvlaski’s methods and ideas and elaborate upon them in American theatre schools. The result, in the 1950s, would be a new wave of actors and a style of acting that emphasized psychological realism to a greater degree than their peers in motion pictures.

    This idea of realism grew to dominate our notion of successful performances in cinema. Stanislavskian-realism is now central to the DNA of how we direct and read performances, whether we are conscious of it or not.

    I think it is important to know this history and consider its revolutionary character. Understanding the nature of Stanislavski’s insights allows us to look at other unasked questions, other foundational elements of our craft that we might take for granted.

    Stanislavski’s books are still fascinating explorations of the craft of performance.

    Check them out:

    An Actor Prepares:
    Building a Character:
    Creating a Role:
    The Stanislavsky System:

    Visual References: A Place in the Sun, A Streetcar Named Desire, Anatomy of a Murder, Baby Doll, Before Sunset, Blue Valentine, Carol, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, Daisies, East of Eden, Giant, Grandmother, Kid Auto Races at Venice, Moonlight, On the Waterfront, Somebody Up There Likes Me, Splendor in the Grass, Taxi Driver, The Breaking Point, The Heiress, The Conversation, The Misfits, There Will Be Blood, Twentieth Century, Vaudeville: Early American Entertainment, Wild River

  • Jim Harbaugh’s Noon Presser
    Jim Harbaugh’s Noon Presser