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Must-Haves for the Filmmaker on a Budget

1 A director doesn’t compromise on processing power, and neither should a budding filmmaker. Dig deep and invest in a ferocious Mac Pro desktop, and load it up with Apple’s Final Cut Studio. A favorite tool of Francis Ford Coppola’s, David Fincher’s, and the Coen Brothers’, the industry-standard suite of applications has all you need to edit, color, score, and distribute your masterpiece. Mac Pro, from $2,499; Final Cut Studio, $999. 2 You’re shooting with a small crew—and likely no permits—but you can still be inconspicuous without sacrificing quality. Canon’s recently announced Vixia Hf S11 (catchy, we know) can store more than 24 hours of high-definition footage on its built-in memory card, reduce camera shake with onboard stabilization, and even take 8-megapixel still photos (for your DVD photo gallery). $1,400, go to canon.com.
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A 'Monk' like Existence for Filmmaker Dominik Moll

[/link] feel like ages ago, so any news on filmmaker Dominik Moll for this detail hungry cinephile is good news. There is a brief mention today that the under-appreciated filmmaker received support called "an advance on receipts" from France's committee of the National Film Centre (Cnc) and was one of six screenplays to get what I imagine is some Euros (Jacques Doillon’s Aux Quatre Vents, Benoit Jacquot’s Hypnose, Philippe Faucon’s Kamikaze, L’oiseau by Yves Caumon and Juan José Lozano’s Impunité were the others). French production house Diaphana will be producing The Monk (La Moine) and that's about all the info we have right now. I'd like to see Laurent Lucas make it a third participation with the filmmaker who up to date only directed four films. He most recently penned for L’Autre monde for helmer Gilles Marchand.
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Filmmaker to Produce Big Drama for Tree Hill's "Leyton"?

Lucas Scott may finally get a big break with one of his novels when Austin Nichols makes his way to Tree Hill as movie producer Julian Baker. We checked in with TV's former John from Cincinnati to learn more about his 10-episode One Tree Hill arc, including Julian's "voracious appetite for women." Plus: Will Nichols' coed-canoodling teach return to Friday Night Lights? TVGuide.com: What you can reveal about your Tree Hill character?

Austin Nichols: He's definitely a troublemaker, kind of a ...
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Filmmaker to Produce Big Drama for Tree Hill's "Leyton"?

Lucas Scott may finally get a big break with one of his novels when Austin Nichols makes his way to Tree Hill as movie producer Julian Baker. We checked in with TV's former John from Cincinnati to learn more about his 10-episode One Tree Hill arc, including Julian's "voracious appetite for women." Plus: Will Nichols' coed-canoodling teach return to Friday Night Lights? TVGuide.com: What you can reveal about your Tree Hill character?

Austin Nichols: He's definitely a troublemaker, kind of a ...
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