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THE HOBBIT: AN UNEXPECTED JOURNEY

Something For The Weekend? The Complete Webisodes for the making of ‘The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey

Webisoding film production has been done by many in the past. But none in such depth, with such candour and over such timescales as Peter Jackson. Love Middle Earth or not, love The Hobbit or not, but you can’t help but love this two hours behind the movie curtain with the master illusionist Peter Jackson […]

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Something for the weekend: Roundtable with John Carpenter, John Landis and David Cronenberg

What an extraordinary collection of the biggest names of horror, interviewed largely as their careers were blossoming. What I would have given to be at the after recording drinks to chat with all three of these legends in the same room. Fascinating to hear them talk from a late seventies, early eighties perspective. And here […]

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Something for the weekend? Editing Masterclass with Walter Murch

Legendary editor Walter Murch discusses his career, body of work and editing in this splendid 90 minute masterclass recorded at Sheffield Doc Fest. Splendid stuff! Onwards and upwards! Chris Jones My movies www.LivingSpiritGroup.com My Facebook www.Facebook.com/ChrisJonesFilmmaker My Twitter @LivingSpiritPix Sign up to my mailing list for updates on events, books and free film making tools

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Something for the weekend? Screamography with John Landis

Terrific one hour interview with the animated, inspirational John Landis who I first experienced with American Werewolf. So many insights, so much inspiration. And yes, that is a picture of John Landis with the Guerilla Filmmakers Pocketbook, form when he was shooting ‘Burke and Hare’ at Ealing Studios. Awesome! Onwards and upwards! Chris Jones My […]

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Something for the weekend? Empire of Dreams – The Story of the Star Wars Trilogy, 2 1/2 hour documentary

My good friend Simon Cox has just launched his fourth crowdfunding campaign for his sci-fi feature ‘Kaleidoscope Man’. Heavily inspired by Star Wars, I thought I would post this extra-in-depth BTS on the making of the Star Wars films from YouTube. Enjoy! Onwards and upwards! Chris Jones My movies www.LivingSpiritGroup.com My Facebook www.Facebook.com/ChrisJonesFilmmaker My Twitter […]

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