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The filmmaker's guide to

surviving self isolation

The filmmaker guide to surviving self isolation. But if you are a filmmaker, once you have exhausted the star…
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By noreply@redsharknews.com (Roland Denning)
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The filmmaker guide to surviving self isolation. But if you are a filmmaker, once you have exhausted the star potential of your family and pets, you may be at loss for what to do next. Then put those boxes into the attic, because however much you might want to look at what is on the tapes, you no longer have a machine to play them on.

OK, it useful, maybe, to have the odd Firewire or e SATA or SCSI cable just in case. . . And while you are at it, throw away that mysterious box that could well be something like a JAZ drive - no one knows what it is any more and it ceased to function decades ago. Make a showreel tailored to every possible requirement rather than demonstrating the range of work you are capable of. 'Organise your own online movie festivalOK, you have spent (no, wasted)….

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