What You Can Learn From Standup Documentaries

Posted on: 10 March 2019

If you're a budding standup comedian, you should -- if you're not already -- watch more and more documentaries on standup comedy. Not only are they entertaining, but you can learn a lot about how your career might progress and how you can deal with the darker side as you listen to comedians describe what they went through. How to Get Through the Rough Times When you're a standup comedian, you face low pay, hecklers, being bumped from a lineup, not getting gigs, and more depressing events.
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3 Things You May Not Know About Video Editing

Posted on: 22 November 2017

Video editing is an art as much as it is a science. Yes, it's a technical part of the post-production process of creating a video, but it also requires a lot of artistic talent. A professional video editor needs to be able to work closely with a director, producers, and other industry professionals. You may think you know the basics of post-production editing, but consider these things you may not know about video editing.
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5 Classic TV Shows Available On Blu-Ray

Posted on: 19 May 2016

Your blu-ray player is a great way to enjoy the biggest blockbusters with high clarity and excellent sound. However, when you have a blu-ray player you aren't just limited to current hits. There are a number of classic complete TV series on blu-ray available for you to enjoy. These classics have been visually and auditorily restored. Check out these 5 classic TV shows available completely on blu-ray.  Bonanza Bonanza is a classic western television show set in the 1860s.
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How To Choose The Right Movies For Your Child

Posted on: 23 September 2015

Choosing a movie to see with your child can be difficult because you might be overwhelmed by the sheer number of choices. There are many valid movies from several decades ago, along with the dozens of children's movies that come out every year. Here are some tips for choosing movies that will keep your child satisfied, entertained, and happy. 1. Figure Out What Your Child is Scared Of Lots of children's movies involve dead parents.
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