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  • Behind the Scenes of “Staker” and “Closing Time”
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    Our second term filmmaking students are in the middle of their shoots. Take a look at the behind the scenes photos, made by our first term student Tatia Liparteliani. “Stalker”  “Closing Time” Want to see more? Please, visit our facebook page.

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    These reviews of various films are simply an exercise to get the students  to put their point of view as clearly and succinctly as possible to paper. During the semester we looked at a number of films, concentrating largely on these films from an actors point of view. Committing their points of view to paper […]

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    SciFi Film Festival – 30 Oct to 1 Nov 2015   The 2nd SciFi Film Festival – 3 day international event dedicated to exploring and celebrating the science fiction and fantasy genres, their films and pop culture. Our Program invites participants in the following: * The Festival accepts all films produced during and after 2013. […]

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  • The Half-way Cabaret featuring the Zombie Monologues
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    The IAFT Acting studio was jam-packed last 28th May as people came over to see our Acting students perform in the Half-way Cabaret. There must have been around 80 or 100 people in attendance for the venue was stacked for the night and the actors did a fantastic job on their performance. Posted by International […]

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    by Michael Chasin   Two hours. That’s all the time we have—in a film—to learn new characters—with their unique motivations—and to experience and understand their tragedies, triumphs and changes. Sixty-seven hours. That’s the time we had to learn about the characters and to experience and understand all they went through—in Breaking Bad—and Sons of Anarchy—each. […]

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    These reviews of various films are simply an exercise to get the students  to put their point of view as clearly and succinctly as possible to paper. During the semester we looked at a number of films, concentrating largely on these films from an actors point of view. Committing their points of view to paper […]

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    by Michael Chasin   The critically acclaimed Mad Men recently ended its eight-year run. Eight years—the equivalent of two presidential terms—during which so much in the world changes. Eight years—the equivalent of high school—and college—during which we change so much. So it is not surprising that after eight years with these characters—feeling their triumphs, tragedies, […]

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  • Nightcrawler-Charakter-Poster-DE
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    These reviews of various films are simply an exercise to get the students  to put their point of view as clearly and succinctly as possible to paper. During the semester we looked at a number of films, concentrating largely on these films from an actors point of view. Committing their points of view to paper […]

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    Last week out 3rd term acting students made us proud and happy with another amazing performance at Cinema Cartoon’s. Performing out of school for the first time, they gave their best shot to show their talent and passion for acting. For more pictures please visit our Facebook page. If you want to know more about […]

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    by Michael Chasin   In Yes Man, sad sack Jim Carrey attends a motivational seminar whose credo is—say yes—to everything. Carrey religiously complies—agreeing to things he would have otherwise avoided. As a beginning filmmaker, you will be frequently asked to say yes to providing your services—for free. Should you be a yes (wo)man—to everything? While […]

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