Coffee & Content - Get Your Short Film Screened at Festivals & Editing: Holding Long & Cutting Short

Coffee & Content - Get Your Short Film Screened at Festivals & Editing: Holding Long & Cutting Short

Coffee & Content - Get Your Short Film Screened at Festivals & Editing: Holding Long & Cutting Short

Richard RB Botto
Richard RB Botto
4 years ago

Happy Sunday to all my creative friends. Hope you're all having an awesome weekend.

First up for Coffee & Content this week, with so many Stage 32 members creating short films and short form digital content, I thought it might be worth having a look at Filmmaker IQ's recent video How to Get Your Short Screened at Film Festivals. Certainly interested in hearing your thoughts on this one!

Next, from our friends at Cinefix, yet another comprehensive video. This time, it's a look at 2 brilliant moments in editing from 2 fantastic films: Ida and No Country for Old Men.

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And of course, comments welcome below!

Enjoy the content!

Cheers!

RB

How to Get Your Short Film Screened at Festivals

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Holding Long and Cutting Short: 2 Brilliant Moments in Editing

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Richard RB Botto

Richard RB Botto

Actor, Producer, Screenwriter, Voice Artist

Richard "RB" Botto is the Founder and CEO of Stage 32. Stage 32 is the world’s largest online platform connecting and training film, TV & digital creatives and professionals worldwide. Stage 32 was launched in 2011 to democratize the entertainment industry. Since then the Stage 32 community has grow...

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