Welcome to the latest episode of our official podcast, The Film Stage Show. This week, associate editor Nick Newman, writer Danny King and I talk over some ra
Welcome to the latest episode of our official podcast, The Film Stage Show. This week staff writer Danny King, associate editor Nick Newman, and I are join
Welcome to the latest episode of our official podcast, The Film Stage Show. This week, associate editor Nick Newman, writer Danny King and I are joined by Calum
We remember the late Star Trek star and review David Cronenberg’s latest feature.
Welcome, one and all, to the latest episode of The Film Stage Show! Today, Brian Roan, Michael Snydel, and Bill Graham are joined by Scout Tafoya to talk about Color Out of Space, the new H.P. Lovecraft adaptation from director Richard Stanley.
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174-The Stages of Financial Independence: A Useful Roadmap to Help You Navigate from From Broke to Financial Freedom
You can’t go from broke to rich in a single step. There’s no magic fairy who will suddenly transform your financial life for you. You have to do it yourself. But you can work your way through a path that leads to financial independence and complete abundance. That path has stages and you should celebrate your progress at every stage! In today’s show, I share with you my ideas regarding the stages of financial independence. I believe this is a useful roadmap to help you navigate from where you are to total Financial Abundance. Stage 0: Financial Dependence Stage 1: Financial Solvency Stage 2: Financial Stability Stage 3: Debt Freedom Stage 4: Financial Security Stage 5: Financial Independence Stage 6: Financial Freedom Stage 7: Financial Abundance My challenge to you is to take these stages, understand where you are, and lay out the numbers of your own situation. How much do you need to be financially stable? What’s your number for financial independence? Financial freedom? Write it down clearly for yourself and then keep working on it! Enjoy the show, Joshua
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Today’s video is a scene analysis and video essay on staging and blocking your scenes like Spielberg’s Minority Report, Kubrick’s A Clockwork Orange, and Inarritu’s Birdman.
There are a few secrets to directing a cinematic scene. Above basic filmmaking theory is the actual craft of filmmaking, which includes staging and blocking your scenes in your films or television shows. This is something you can learn without the need for film school because composition in film is something you can only learn through careful film analysis and on set experience as a director.
Blocking in film can seem simple enough until you actually step on set, and that’s when you learn that directing a movie is far from easy. Our video essay and film analysis explains some of the profound and subtextual decisions made during scenes in Spielberg’s Minority Report, Kubrick’s A Clockwork Orange, and Inarritu’s Birdman.
Film directors have to juggle the script, the talent, the camera, staging, blocking, and they’re responsible for every creative decision on a movie or television show. This video essay and film analysis will go over blocking in film, composition in film, and teach you some of the most important lessons you can learn on how to direct actors and staging y…
David Oyelowo got America’s attention with his instantly-iconic portrayal of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in the film Selma. But this classically trained actor was making history on stage years prior, becoming the first black actor in the U.K. to…
Real life stories of homelessness performed out on the street in Do You Know Me? - The Stage Show - ABC Radio National
A new Fringe Show based on interviews with many of the homeless people that live in Melbourne’s CBD.