In 1910 Rev. Herbert Jump published a revolutionary pamphlet titled “The Religious Possibilities of the Motion Picture”. Despite the opposing views of his time, he saw movies as a way to […]
One of our favorite homeschooling traditions was always summer school. Each year we would pick fun topics or subjects that we didn’t have time to do during the regular school […]
Today’s guest blog is by John Montana, an L.A. actor who has recently started making short films. His most recent film “Hungry” has been accepted into twenty four film festivals […]
I am always practicing, always rehearsing, always observing – whether I’m actively working on a role or not. I study the work of actors I admire and try to figure out and emulate how they make the magic, how they create the illusion that they’re not just playing a part or reading lines, but actually make me believe they are the characters they are portraying.
I’m excited to introduce a new series of articles where I share advice from award winning writers, directors, producers, editors, cinematographers, and other filmmaking individuals. We kick off with four […]
I recently had a conversation with Sean O’Bryan Smith and I realized just how little I understood about the music roles involved in filmmaking. Honestly, all I knew of was […]
Yesterday our Bible lesson was on Hebrews 11. It’s a familiar passage, one I’ve read many times, and yet this time, verse 4 came to life in a totally new […]