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I think I’m still bummed about one of my favorites being let go in episode 4. There were still some lessons to be learned, though not as many new points that haven’t been covered previously. Here’s the best insight of … Continue reading
When you’re in a situation where experts are offering you advice, the best thing to do is LISTEN!! How often will a special effects makeup artist or filmmaker have an Academy Award-winning judge look at their work and offer feedback? … Continue reading
This was a painful episode to watch because one of my favorite contestants was eliminated. She had enormous talent, was highly imaginative, and showed so much potential to be in the final face-off; yet at the end of the day, … Continue reading
Follow along as multi-talented make-up artists create on-the-spot sci-fi creatures for us to marvel at. Even if you’re not a science fiction fan or a wannabe make-up artist, if you’re a creative type at all— writer, screenwriter, producer, director, or … Continue reading
Each episode of Syfy Channel’s Face Off is worth a semester-long class in film school. That’s how insightful the series is. Watch for yourself and see if you come up with different kernels of truth than I did. If so, … Continue reading
We held our breathe as we waited to pull our genre from the hat. I did not want to make a musical or western or comedy. I believed I could turn any other genre into some sort of a thriller. … Continue reading