Monday Prescription: Settle Your Score (Jurassic Park special)

Hi Film Folk, We’re back for another long overdue Monday Prescription after spending a few moons focusing on gathering up new Interviews

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In Conversation: David Allcock (Storyboard Artist of Edge of Tomorrow, World War Z, Fast and Furious 6) – PART 2

Hi Film Folk!   On this wonderful Wednesday morning, we bring to you Part 2 of awesome storyboard artist, David

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In Conversation: Nina Proctor (Costume Designer of Sin City 2: A Dame to Kill For, Machete Kills, From Dusk Til Dawn TV series)

Hi Film Folk! We’ve got another lovely In Conversation for you luscious lot – so ready your minds! With the

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Monday Prescription: Re-writing dialogue and character after casting

Hi Film Folk! It’s been quite a while since the Film Doctor team have fired a Monday Prescription your way. This

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Lessons from the ACADEMY AWARDS 2014

Hi Film Folk, The Film Doctor Team say a fond farewell to another Awards season and, as always, we’ve gone

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Monday Prescription – 5 Things to Prepare before Renting Kit

Hi Film Folk, The Film Doctor Team hope you’ve had a very relaxing (or productive!) weekend and are ready to

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71st GOLDEN GLOBES (2014) – AWARD WINNERS

Hi Film Folk! The Film Doctor Team have written up all the Golden Globe Film Award Winners in one helpful post.

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Monday Prescription – 5 Things a Screenwriter Mustn’t Do

Hi Film Folk, This week’s Film Doctor Monday Prescription is a continuation of a popular article we ran a couple

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Monday Prescription – Are you using the best feature filmmaking model for YOU?

Hi Film Folk, The Film Doctor Team bring you another Monday Prescription – this week we tackle Film Business models (budget-size, script,

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Monday Prescription – Why having multiple projects is killing you and your career – Pt 2

Hi Film Folk. Following on from our last Film Doctor Monday Prescription (how a project can deteriorate if it is not

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