3 Film Directing Tips: How To Be Zen and Have a Good Time

by Peter D. Marshall

by Scott McMahon.

Film Directing

The sun is beginning is to set. The grips have pulled in the boom jib.

But there’s something wrong. . .

The wire cable is tangled.

The lead actress’s wardrobe is torn and the rip is showing on the side.

The wardrobe team is frantically trying to sew the rip.

Your D.P. is freaking out … you’re losing the light!

What do you do?

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