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Sound Design Tutorial: The 5 Five Steps of Audio Post Production:

Sundance-winning film sound mixer reveals the power of dialog editing, sound design, and audio mixing. The 5 Five Steps of Audio Post Production: 2:20 Sound Editing 3:05 Spotting Session 3:37 Dialog Editing 7:03 Sound Design 11:08 Sound Mixing Ugo Derouard is a Sound Designer & Supervising Sound Editor and has been successfully working in Hollywood since 2006. Over his career, Ugo has worked with A-List Directors and Music Composers, on Award-winning Films, TV Shows, Commercials and Documentaries since 2002. Ugo’s work as a Supervising Sound Editor and Sound Designer has been featured many times at the Sundance Film Festival. In 2012 for the film "The End of Love" featuring Mark Webber & Michael Cera, again in the 2014 “Life After Beth” with Aubrey Plaza as well as the 2015...

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Sundance Veteran Dp Patrice Cochet on the Male-Bonding Comedy Joshy

Sundance regular Patrice Cochet has served as Dp on four films at the festival since 2002: Better Luck Tomorrow, The End of Love, The Good Life and, as of this year, Joshy. Cochet speaks below about the perils of lighting improv, DPing on little prep and shooting on the Alexa. In addition to Joshy, the prolific Cochet has at least six other films set for release in 2016. Filmmaker: How and why did you wind up being the cinematographer of your film? What were the factors and attributes that led to your being hired for this job? Cochet: Joshy was a film that Producers […]
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Watch: Red Band Trailer for Ciarán Foy's Horror Sequel 'Sinister 2'

"There's a problem - I found another house." Focus Features has debuted a brand new red band trailer for Ciaran Foy's Sinister 2, the sequel to Scott Derrickson's cult horror hit Sinister from 2012. This isn't red band in the conventional sense, but it's red band because it allows them to show you a glimpse of all the crazy, disgusting, weird things that are going to happen in this. The cast includes: Shannyn Sossamon, James Ransone, Tate Ellington, Lucas Jade Zumann, Caden M. Fritz and Jaden Klein; as well as Nicholas King back as the creepy Bughuul. There's some really dark, messed up stuff in here - watch out. Here's the new red band trailer for Ciaran Foy's Sinister 2, originally from Fandango: Sinister 2 is directed by Ciaran Foy (Citadel) and written by C. Robert Cargill (Sinister). Story details are limited, but we know the Blumhouse Productions
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First Brief 'Sinister 2' Teaser Trailer Delivers a Threatening Warning

"Tell anyone, and we'll you and your whole family." This weekend brought WonderCon to Anaheim, and Blumhouse Productions brought their own panel to the convention to show off their forthcoming slate of horror films which includes the found footage thriller The Gallows, the Skype-based slasher Unfriended and the sequels Insidious: Chapter 3 and Sinister 2. We've already seen plenty of the former (check out the latest trailer) but the convention also brought our first brief bit of footage in a short teaser trailer for the sequel from Citadel director Ciaran Foy. It doesn't show much, but that's why it's a teaser after all. Watch! Here's the first teaser trailer for Ciaran Foy's Sinister 2 from Focus Features: Sinister 2 is directed by Ciaran Foy (Citadel) and written by C. Robert Cargill (Sinister). Story details are limited, but we know the Blumhouse Productions horror sequel will follow Shannyn Sossamon (A Knight's Tale,
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Teresa Palmer drama is going direct-to-consumers

Shot in Australia and Los Angeles, The Ever After is hardly a romance but the film co-starring Teresa Palmer and her partner Mark Webber is being released worldwide on Valentine.s Day.

The couple, who co-wrote the drama, have decided to stream the film direct to consumers via the Vhx platform and the film.s website (

The third directing effort from Webber following 2008's Explicit Ills and 2012's The End Of Love,. the title is available now on pre-order for $US10.

.We are standing alongside other revolutionary artists resisting the urge to go with corporate distribution companies,. said Webber and Palmer, who produced with Eric Binns. .We are redefining what it means to be independent and giving you the film straight from the artist to your screen..

Palmer plays an Australian actress who is married to Webber.s fashion photographer, with whom she has a young daughter.
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Teresa Palmer, Mark Webber Star In Self-Distributed ‘The Ever After’ – Trailer

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Teresa Palmer, Mark Webber Star In Self-Distributed ‘The Ever After’ – Trailer
Exclusive: Married actors Mark Webber and Teresa Palmer make a bold foray into indie filmmaking in the digital era with The Ever After, a mostly self-financed drama the couple co-wrote, star in, and will release online worldwide on Valentine’s Day via direct-to-consumer platform Vhx.

Webber, seen recently in Jessabelle and Happy Christmas, and Palmer, known for her roles in I Am Number Four and Warm Bodies, star as Thomas and Ava, a photographer and an actress with a young child and a lovely La home who must confront their innermost vulnerabilities to save their marriage when trauma strikes. (Watch Deadline’s exclusive trailer above.)

In his third feature behind the camera after 2008’s Explicit Ills and 2012’s The End Of Love, Webber directs the partially crowdfunded drama which premiered last year at the La Film Festival. Filming took place in La and Palmer’s native Australia while Palmer was
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New DVD Blu-ray: 'The Lego Movie,' 'The Grand Budapest Hotel'

Moviefone's Top DVD of the Week

"The Lego Movie"

What's It About? A boring, regular dude Lego named Emmet (Chris Pratt) is suddenly called upon to save the world. Will Ferrell voices bad guy President Business, Elizabeth Banks as the super cool Wyldstyle, Alison Brie as Princess Unikitty, and Nick Offerman as a pirate named Metal Beard.

Why We're In: Phil Lord and Christopher Miller accomplished the unthinkable -- they made what seemed like a craven toy tie-in into a movie that everyone loves. It's kind of crazy.

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Moviefone's Top Blu-ray of the Week

"Picnic at Hanging Rock" (Criterion)

What's It About? A group of schoolgirls and their teacher go on a lovely picnic at Hanging Rock, a scenic rock formation in Australia. Their Valentine's Day outing takes a turn for the weird when several of them go missing, leaving a devastated community in their wake.

Why We're In: It's a gorgeous,
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Laff Review: ‘The Ever After’ Starring Teresa Palmer & Mark Webber An Unwieldy, Tense Look At A Marriage

A relentless self-exploration has steered actor and director Mark Webber’s filmmaking output, and increasingly it seems his preferred route of doing so is through quotation marks. Last year’s “The End of Love” starred Webber as “Mark,” an actor struggling in La with his real-life son Isaac, and now—with a new romance and marriage to “Warm Bodies” actress Teresa Palmer—here arrives “The Ever After,” a similarly self-reflexive look at marriage hiding a dark undercurrent of anxiety and abuse. We first glimpse the shores of Australia, and a series of quick cuts as Thomas (Webber) and Ava (Palmer) are wed, go clubbing, and frolic in the sea. A flash-forward then finds the couple years later in Los Angeles, drifted apart—Thomas jetting around U.S. as a fashion photographer, and former actress Ava at home parenting their young daughter. But that now-predictable structure, contrasting the highs and lows of love,
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Interview: Mark Webber Commits 13 Sins

For the past few years, actor Mark Webber has been a mainstay at film festivals like Sundance and SXSW, appearing in movies that premiered at one or the other, including his first two features as a director, Explicit Ills and The End of Love . Probably his most high profile role to date was playing musician Stephen Stills in Edgar Wright's Scott Pilgrim vs. the World , although he's had pivotal roles in a number of other movies as well - Save the Date and For A Good Time Call. are two of my personal favorites in terms of Webber performances. Right now, he can be seen in the thriller 13 Sins , directed by The Last Exorcism 's Daniel Stamm, playing a salesman faced with a baby on the way and insane medical bills for his autistic brother. When he gets a phone call offering...
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SXSW Film Review: ‘13 Sins’

SXSW Film Review: ‘13 Sins’
A most dangerous game indeed tempts a meek, straight-laced insurance salesman to embrace the beast within in “13 Sins,” a creepy little diversion that ultimately unravels long before its hero’s fragile psyche does. Having made a commercially successful foray into religio-supernatural horror with 2010′s “The Last Exorcism,” German-born director Daniel Stamm here applies his relatively slick, straightforward genre smarts to a template provided by the 2006 Thai thriller “13: Game of Death” (also known as “13 Beloved”). The resulting remake achieves a modest degree of tension and dark humor before tilting into gory overkill, while its diffuse central ideas — about materialism, the dangers of playing God and the latent human capacity for violence — never really take plausible shape. Intriguing enough to appeal to younger thrill-seekers but unlikely to match the B.O. spoils of Stamm’s previous picture, these “Sins” will be paid for primarily through streaming and other home-viewing services following
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Sundance Film Review: ‘Happy Christmas’

Sundance Film Review: ‘Happy Christmas’
Another half-formed feature from indie cinema’s most prolific doodler, “Happy Christmas” demonstrates that Joe Swanberg makes better babies than movies. The evidence is Swanberg’s 2-year-old son Jude, who handily upstages anything co-stars Melanie Lynskey and Anna Kendrick can come up with to generate interest onscreen, to the extent that one can imagine a greater audience for 80 minutes of “baby Jude does the darnedest things” YouTube videos than might turn out for this sweetly insipid, mostly improvised dramedy, acquired by Magnolia and Paramount together prior to its Sundance premiere.

As it happens, Jude is also a more natural improviser than Swanberg’s professional cast, who presumably signed on for the experience of co-creating a film from within the confines of a broadly defined concept. Swanberg and Lynskey play young Chicago couple Jeff and Kelly, who invite Jeff’s younger sister Jenny (Kendrick) to crash in their tiki-themed basement for the holidays,
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'Touchy Feely' Director Lynn Shelton's Top 10 Favorite Films Of 2013 Include 'Her,' 'Short Term 12' & More

'Touchy Feely' Director Lynn Shelton's Top 10 Favorite Films Of 2013 Include 'Her,' 'Short Term 12' & More
2014 is here but that doesn't mean the tabulating of 2013 will end just yet. Everyone is still using the holiday season to catch up on the year that was before jumping into the year ahead, and yet another Top 10 is upon us. This time around, it's indie filmmaker Lynn Shelton, who released her own "Touchy Feely" last year, dropping her fave movies of 2013, in no particular order it seems. And as you might guess, the movies that stuck with the filmmaker were more under the radar pictures like the Kathryn Hahn/Juno Temple starring "Afternoon Delight," SXSW hit "Gimme The Loot," Mark Webber's "The End Of Love" and Lake Bell's "In A World." That said, Shelton likes her popcorn just like the rest of us, and gives a thumbs up to Edgar Wright's "The World's End" while also giving some love to Spike Jonze's "Her." Check it all out below.
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Don’s Favorite Narrative Films of 2013 | #31-40 - Best of 2013

When I first started preparing my year-end lists for 2013, I knew for certain that I was going to continue my trend of creating one post with my favorite theatrically released narrative films of 2013 and a separate post with my favorite documentary films of 2o13. This is because I have a difficult enough time ranking films that share no common elements other than they were all shot on a medium that can capture both moving images and sound. The ranking of anything (especially art) seems completely arbitrary to me and the fact that most year-end lists focus on the "top" or "best" really makes no sense. While I guess there are certain basic mechanisms of filmmaking that can be done well (thus making a "good" movie) or can be done poorly (thus making a "bad" movie), for the most part it is all just personal opinion. I prefer to approach talking
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2014 Sundance Film Festival Predictions: Jeff Baena’s Life After Beth

A huge ensemble cast of indie vets (Anna Kendrick, Aubrey Plaza, Matthew Gray Gubler, Dane DeHaan, Alia Shawkat, John C. Reilly, Cheryl Hines, Paul Reiser, Molly Shannon). Check. A promising directorial debut from someone who previously made a name for himself with a cult screenplay (I Heart Huckabees). Check. Zombies. Check. You can always count on a horror-comedy to crack the Park City at Midnight line-up and Life After Bet certainly fills in that gap. Filming on Jeff Baena’s debut occurred in July, and recent Afm art proves that they’re deep into the post production phase, so chances are relatively good for a possible January showing. If so, this will be a hot sales item ticket for several indie distribution companies.

Gist: DeHaan plays Zach, who is devastated by the unexpected death of his girlfriend, Beth. But when she miraculously comes back to life, Zach takes full advantage
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2014 Sundance Film Festival Predictions: Mark Webber’s The Ever After

Not that it is shrouded in mystery, but Mark Webber has a distinct way of working that might be regarded Cassavetes-like for his realism and making his narratives into true family affairs – we only need to reference The End of Love (Sundance ’12) as a prime example. And speaking of family, Webber reteams with cinematographer Patrice Lucien Cochet and here partners up with Teresa Palmer – the actress and actor are attached at the limb in more than just a creative manner. Filming commenced on The Ever After in Australia earlier in the year and apparently moved from Los Angeles and New York in July and August, which means a rough cut could have been submitted. Webber, Palmer, pint-sized Phoebe Tonkin, Jaime King, Rosario Dawson, Melissa Leo, Joshua Leonard, Tahyna Tozzi, Kid Cudi and Tom Bower are part of the film’s make-up and Before Midnight was such a hit last year
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Wme Signs ‘The End Of Love’ Helmer Mark Webber

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Exclusive: Wme has signed Mark Webber, whose film The End Of Love got nominated for the Grand Jury Prize at 2012 Sundance and who just wrapped The Ever After. Webber, who wrote The End Of Love, also scripted The Ever After, and stars in it with Melissa Leo, Rosario Dawson, Kid Cudi, Jaime King, and Teresa Palmer. Webber’s earlier film Explicit Ills won the 2008 SXSW Audience Award. Webber is not only a rising director, he’s an inspiration for overcoming adversity. He was raised in Philadelphia by his mom, and both of them lived on the streets part of the time. She has become a renowned advocate for the homeless who ran for Vice President last year with the Green Party. Now he’s with a major agency. He continues with attorney Ira Schreck.
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In the Works: Details Emerge from Joe Swanberg's Upcoming 'Happy Christmas,' Starring Lena Dunham and Anna Kendrick

In the Works: Details Emerge from Joe Swanberg's Upcoming 'Happy Christmas,' Starring Lena Dunham and Anna Kendrick
Writer-director and actor Joe Swanberg has a new film, "Drinking Buddies," currently on VOD and in theaters this August, but that doesn't mean he's taking a summer vacation. He's editing his next film, "Happy Christmas," and has teased out some details about the cast, including the roles played by Anna Kendrick, Lena Dunham and Melanie Lynskey.While promoting "Drinking Buddies," Swanberg told HuffPost Entertainment that the film concerns a young couple (played by Lynskey and Swanberg) whose lives are interrupted by the arrival of an unwelcome house guest, a sister who moves into their basement. Now seen in "Drinking Buddies," Anna Kendrick plays that sister, while Mark Webber -- writer, director and star of 2012's semi-autobiographic "The End of Love" -- portrays the couple's babysitter. Meanwhile, "Girls" creator and star Lena Dunham, currently working on the HBO series' third season, rounds out the cast as a college friend of Kendrick's character.
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Melissa Leo joins Mark Webber's 'The Ever After'

Melissa Leo joins Mark Webber's 'The Ever After'
Melissa Leo has signed on for a role in Mark Webber's The Ever After.

Rosario Dawson, rapper Kid Cudi, Phoebe Tonkin and Hart of Dixie's Jaime King have also entered talks for the film.

Webber and Teresa Palmer (Warm Bodies) will star as a couple whose relationship trials are spotlighted in the film.

"The Ever After follows the artistic footsteps of The End of Love, blurring the lines between reality and fiction, using real life relationships, friends and family members to enhance the film's overall feeling of realism," reads the description of the movie.

Webber's previous film The End of Love was nominated for a Sundance 2012 Grand Jury Prize.

Leo recently signed up to star opposite Denzel Washington in The Equalizer and to feature in M Night Shyamalan's television project Wayward Pines.

In The Ever After she will play a mystical figure who has a profound effect on the couple's relationship.
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Melissa Leo Signs For "The Ever After"

Melissa Leo ("Olympus Has Fallen") has signed on for Mark Webber's third directorial effort "The Ever After".

Webber ("The End of Love") and Teresa Palmer ("Warm Bodies") co-wrote and star in the project which is described as a brutal love story that explores the depths of marriage.

Rosario Dawson, rapper Kid Cudi, Phoebe Tonkin and Jaime King are also in talks to join the film.

Leo plays a mystical individual who has a profound impact on Webber and Palmer’s character’s relationship.

Filming started in February in Australia and will continue in Los Angeles and New York through July and August.

Source: Deadline
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Casting Net: Denzel Washington to play futuristic contract killer-turned-protector; Plus Tom Hardy, Melissa Leo, Chevy Chase, more

Casting Net: Denzel Washington to play futuristic contract killer-turned-protector; Plus Tom Hardy, Melissa Leo, Chevy Chase, more
Denzel Washington devotedly protected Dakota Fanning in Man on Fire. Now he’s signed on to a new project that will have him protecting a child, though this time in a near future big city setting. The film is Shovel Ready, an adaptation of the yet-to-be-released debut novel of New York Times journalist Adam Sternbergh. Here’s how Deadline’s report described the plot: “In a bombed-out, near future New York City where most of the population escapes reality by tapping into a digital fantasy world, a contract killer is hired to kill the daughter of a powerful, maniacal evangelist.
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