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Direct Your Own Damn Movie! by Lloyd Kaufman

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LLOYD'S RESPONSE

Original Message

From: Lloyd Kaufman <lloyd@troma.com >

Sent: October 10, 2008 8:44PM To: Elinor <elinor@repress.com >

Subject: RE: Okay, okay

Dear Elinor,

Okay, I'm starting to get that you want some more pages. Here are a few last minute but important and practical directing tips, in case you missed the rest of the book.

xoxo

Angelina Jolie's left twin

End Message

SEVEN QUICK DIRECTING TIPS FOR THE ROAD

Sean McCoy

Last Minute but Important and Practical Directing Tip #1

Use mirrors. Shoot into them. You can get hard-to-reach shots and it makes for good eye movement (mise-en-scène) around your frame. Where a Hollywood film might buy a ceiling fan, build a contraption to suspend it four feet down from the ceiling, and shoot ...

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