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Director Simon Saveylev on his Cynical Rom-Com ‘Googly Eyes’

Director Simon Saveylev on his Cynical Rom-Com ‘Googly Eyes’

| February 14, 2017

Simon Savelyev’s ‘Googly Eyes’ is the perfect cynical romantic comedy for Valentine’s Day, or, really, any day of the year.

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Kick Off Black History Month with the Stop-Motion Short ‘Tin’

Kick Off Black History Month with the Stop-Motion Short ‘Tin’

| February 1, 2017

Film School Shorts is proud to premiere Tin, a bittersweet stop-motion short by Brandon Lake set to a jazz soundtrack.

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Behind the Camera with Benjamin Rutkowski, Director of ‘Glory Days’

Behind the Camera with Benjamin Rutkowski, Director of ‘Glory Days’

| January 3, 2017

Benjamin Rutkowski talks to Film School Shorts about working both as a director and a cinematographer.

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Normalizing Diversity on the Silver Screen: Zachary Kerschberg’s Crises Trilogy

Normalizing Diversity on the Silver Screen: Zachary Kerschberg’s Crises Trilogy

| November 21, 2016

Zachary Kerschberg’s in-progress trio of films will blend multiple genres and filmmaking styles as it follows a diverse group of characters living in the German city.

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Celebrate National Fast Food Day with ‘Foodfellas’

Celebrate National Fast Food Day with ‘Foodfellas’

| November 16, 2016

Set in the fast-paced fast food industry, ‘Foodfellas’ is a spoof of Martin Scorsese’s classic mob flick ‘Goodfellas’.

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Inside the Mind of 20-Year-Old Filmmaker Luke Jaden

Inside the Mind of 20-Year-Old Filmmaker Luke Jaden

| October 31, 2016

Luke Jaden, producer/director of ‘King Ripple’ (Season 4), shares what it’s like being a full-time student also working full-time in the film industry.

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Storyboarding Luke Jaden’s Horror Film ‘King Ripple’

Storyboarding Luke Jaden’s Horror Film ‘King Ripple’

| October 28, 2016

King Ripple is as visually stunning as it is terrifying, and Jaden gave us a behind-the-scenes look into the process of putting together his horror short.

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“Do Your Homework” and Other Filmmaking Tips from Thoranna Sigurdardottir

“Do Your Homework” and Other Filmmaking Tips from Thoranna Sigurdardottir

| October 25, 2016

Zelos director Thoranna Sigurdardottir shares why she went to film school, the importance of preparation, and the technical challenges of making a movie about cloning.

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In Zelos, Purchasing a Clone is Not All it’s Cracked Up to Be

In Zelos, Purchasing a Clone is Not All it’s Cracked Up to Be

| October 24, 2016

If you’re a fan of shows like Black Mirror and Westworld, we’re pretty sure you’re going to love Zelos, the sci-fi short film by director Thoranna Sigurdardottir.

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‘I Feel Stupid’ Director Milena Pastreich Talks About Her New Documentary ‘Pigeon Kings’

‘I Feel Stupid’ Director Milena Pastreich Talks About Her New Documentary ‘Pigeon Kings’

| September 19, 2016

‘I Feel Stupid’ director Milena Pastreich took some time to tell us a little bit more about her experience working on the film, how UCLA trained her to wear a lot of hats, and the best way to capture moving birds on film.

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