LiveSecond

Live Second 365 Ways to Make Jesus First by Doug Bender

DALLAS, Dec. 10, 2012 /Christian Newswire/ — The concept of living second isn’t easy and requires humility and openness to listen, serve and submit to God’s will, forgiveness and purpose for one’s life. To help individuals understand this, the I Am Second movement is releasing “Live Second: A Daily Guide to Live a God-honoring Life” [...]

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ChristianMusicAwards

WE LOVE CHRISTIAN MUSIC AWARDS, NewReleaseTuesday.com’s Debut Awards Event

ORANGE COUNTY, Calif., Dec. 4, 2012 /Christian Newswire/ — Christian entertainment’s largest website, NewReleaseTuesday.com, has announced nominations for the debut WE LOVE CHRISTIAN MUSIC AWARDS. Fans of Christian music are invited to help choose the winners by voting now through January 14, 2013 at www.theWELOVEAWARDS.com. Nominations in 24 categories represent an eclectic mix of the [...]

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Ray Comfort’s ‘Genius’ Movie Takes Off

LOS ANGELES, Dec. 10, 2012 /Christian Newswire/ — The new John Lennon movie, released to coincide with the 32nd anniversary of John Lennon’s tragic December 8th death, has received more than 100,000 views in just four days. The movie’s producer, Ray Comfort, said, “This is exceptional because this isn’t a two-minute clip of grandma’s hair [...]

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So You Want To Be A Filmmaker

So You Want To Be A Filmmaker

By Dale G Davidson Film can be a very powerful medium, it combines both audio and visual, to tell a story. Watching movies can provide escape as well as excitement, while making a film yourself can be challenging, exciting and magical.Films have the power to affect emotions, they can make you see things from a [...]

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Event Stage Rental – Things to Consider – The Weather

Event Stage Rental – Things to Consider – The Weather

By Jill Hoad The rental of staging for any type of event is one of the most important areas to get right. If you are planning an outdoor event you will need to consider how the weather will impact your staging requirements. For example, is it likely to rain on the day of your event [...]

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Documentary Budgeting Basics: Three Easy Steps For Creating Your Documentary Budget

Documentary Budgeting Basics: Three Easy Steps For Creating Your Documentary Budget

By Faith Fuller Creating a documentary budget is great way to think through every aspect of your film. Even though you may be eager to get started shooting your documentary right away, creating a budget can often be an enlightening experience, revealing factors that may otherwise slip under the radar. A budget forces you to [...]

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3 Ways to Make Your Producer Smile – On a Lower Budget

3 Ways to Make Your Producer Smile – On a Lower Budget

By Stelios A Xanthos Being restricted to a lower budget doesn’t mean you can’t get amazing results when lighting a scene. I’ve seen many instances where a Director of Photography, with limited resources, shows up to a set for the first time and is expected to light it fast and beautifully. In most circumstances when [...]

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Film: An American Tradition

Film: An American Tradition

By Sara Savage Hollywood is an American tradition. From the era of classic silent films, to the action packed CGI thrillers of the 21st century, movies have always captured Americans’ hearts. During times of war, social unrest, or economic upheaval, movies have helped people make it through. They can provide necessary social commentary, the ability [...]

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