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The most heartbreaking films - Valentine's Day edition

We've put together a selection of the most remarkable movies for Valentine's Day Eve. Enjoy.

Essential editing transitions - explained

Editing is a thing that not everyone notices in movies. In fact, we all see it, of course, but we don't always give it the importance it deserves, even though editing is what makes movies exist. Today we're going to talk about editing: basic techniques and transitions.

Festival Season 2022: Online vs. Offline

What will the 2022 festival season bring us? We'll try to find out in today's article.

"Don't Look Up": Satire in its Essence

Today we broadcast about the bizarre genre of satire and break down the new film by Adam McKay.

How to make movies in 2022: the set vs the screen

The end of 2021 gifted us with a lot of badass movies that got us thinking about the future of the movie industry. Discuss "The Matrix" and "The French Dispatch" with the Filmustage.

The most badass Christmas movies - Filmustage edition

The Filmustage team has gathered a list of our favorite Christmas and New Year movies for you. Enjoy!

From broken dreams - to script breakdown

Hi all, today we want to acquaint you with the backstory of how the idea of an AI-based script breakdown platform was born. Our guest today is Egor Dubrovsky, co-founder and CEO of Filmustage.com who wants to share his exciting story with the reader.

Camera angles - explained

Without further ado, today we continue our series of informative blogs where we tell you about how movies are shot. So make some tea and join us as we explore the basic angles that are used in films.

Defining reality: Steven Spielberg

Absolutely everyone, even those far removed from cinema, can name several of Spielberg's films at once, a testament to his great legacy. So today, let's dive into the study of his authorial style and try to understand which directorial techniques make Spielberg's style recognizable.

Essential camera movements - explained

This week we continue to tell you about the main and essential camerawork techniques, without which no film can be imagined. So, let's not talk too much, and let's get started.

Wes Anderson: recreating theatre in cinema

The worlds of Wes Anderson are both puppet-like and frighteningly realistic, which makes his work very interesting to watch and analyze. The director's new film, French Dispatch, is currently in cinemas, so there's no better time to immerse yourself in Wes Andreeson's particular directorial style.

How shot size affects the movie - explained

Today we would like to focus on the universal techniques of the film industry with which films are made. This blog will be devoted to the list of shot sizes and how they can be applied by different filmmakers.

Bong Joon-ho: the mastery of transnational directing

Unfortunately, the viewer doesn't always dare to look into film territory outside of Hollywood. It's the same with Korean cinema, which has produced such talented filmmakers as Pong Joon-ho.

How the "Squid Game" showed the world the true face of capitalism

Yes, yes, yes we've all just started to move on from the worldwide hit The "Squid Game", but that doesn't make the phenomenon of its popularity any less interesting. Today, we want to reflect on exactly why The "Squid Game" has become Netflix's most popular series.

The Thing from Halloween: John Carpenter

Have you rewatched "The Thing" and "Halloween yet? Today our blog is entirely dedicated to the theme of the scariest holiday of the year and we'll spend it in the company of the great and terrifying John Carpenter.

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