I'm in the midst of getting my lines down. Having reached 60, with a thick brain and aching bones, even learning lines is a struggle for focus. The good thing is, even the Poe lines, that I learned four years ago, are still bubbling around inside my head like a foreign language, and once learned, … Continue reading the story "Poe Whitman Open July 10"
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Aashish Edakadampil, the team's talented filmmaker, shares his thoughts on film's collaborative process for Poe's Eureka.When I think of cinematography, I think of visual storytelling, the passionate entanglement of light and shadow, and the intersection of science, art and psychology. Cinematography works with the other elements of filmmaking and, if successful, helps … Continue reading the story "Poe’s Eureka in Dialogue #5"