The Crafts of Film and Television
crew iconGiving a voice to members of the various Craft Departments including but not limited to Production, Camera, Grip, Electric, Stunts, Makeup/Hair, Art, Props, Special Effects, Construction & Transportation, Post Production Editing, Music, etc. who work primarily B-T-W (Below the line) on Motion Picture & Television Productions!

That's not to say that Producers, Directors, Actors, and Writers don't ply their craft as they are welcome here too!

We've gathered experts in the field to share their experiences and stories in this fascinating "Blog" series!
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Corey Eubanks' Stunt Stories Returns Dec 2, 2018

Corey Eubanks' Stunt Stories Returns

Corey Eubanks will disclose the startling truth about what really took place during the filming of some of the biggest television shows and feature films Hollywood has ever produced, including “The Dukes of Hazzard” – “The Fall-Guy” – “The A-Team” “TRANSFORMERS” - “THE FAST AND FURIOUS” and “TERMINATOR GENISYS”.

Tue, 10/23/2018 - 07:03
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Charlton Heston, James Stewart, Betty Hutton, Lane Chandler | "The Greatest Show on Earth" (1952)

Roy Wagner, ASC | Favorite Forgotten Films

Although I saw many films before this, I recall the power that The Greatest Show on Earth held over me as a child. The sense of showmanship and the scope drawn into that one-dimensional screen captured my imagination. I recall that, at the time, it suggested the power of which the cinema was capable.

Fri, 01/19/2018 - 04:59
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Jean Coulter Stunt

Confessions of a retired Stunt Woman I

This (above), was one of those stunts where everything went wrong! It was a picture called "Honky Talk Freeway" directed by John Schlesinger. And the stunt team read like a "Who's Who" of Hollywood Stunt people!

The first time, I flew out of the car, it slid over the hill with me. I rolled down the hill while the car was right next to me. As the tire was sliding within inches of my face, I wondered if it could flip while sliding so fast and I would end up underneath it.

Thu, 01/18/2018 - 05:03
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