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Seeing race through a new lens: how a 22-year old filmmaker is challenging identity in America

While countless college freshman spent their days deciding which clubs and societies to join and whether they should major in Biology or Economics, filmmaker Orlando Pinder decided he was going to change the world.  Now 22 and a senior at Chicago’s Columbia College, he has made a wide range of short films and music videos, […]

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5 practical tips for making your first indie film

Whether you fancy yourself as the next Kurosawa or you simply have a story you’re itching to tell, getting started in filmmaking is a daunting task. These tips and tricks should help you on your way. 1. Get the script right first With a lot of amateur filmmakers, there seems to be a rush to […]