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The Process Of Communication On Set

Communication is one of the most important things on set. No matter what your job is, you need to practice good communication. What is the process of communication on set? The director has the ultimate vision for the final product, but he/she will not always...

Back for a Limited Time – Event Series

Most of the time, when a series is cancelled, that's the end of it. There are, of course, some exceptions. Some shows are continued as graphic novels (Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Smallville), some shows get brought back by the network after cancellation (Chuck, Family Guy,...

4 Ways To Incorporate Creativity Into Everyday

As a creative, it can sometimes feel like I can only function when I’m engaging in creative tasks all the time, but sometimes life gets in the way where days, or even weeks go by without creativity being incorporated in my everyday life. Here are some...

The Return of TGIF

For '90s babies such as myself, the letters TGIF are magical. That didn't just mean that it was Friday, it meant that that night was going to be a funny one. TGIF was ABC's legendary Friday night comedy lineup. Beginning (officially) in 1988, ABC kicked...

Symbolic Imperfections On Characters

Symbolism in storytelling is more than just some metaphorical construct that you have to read, or see, between the lines just to get a minuscule glimpse of what it could possibly represent. Symbolism can be more simple than that, but just as grand. Physical imperfections...

New Year, New Season

Starting a new year, or anything new for that matter, can be exciting and refreshing, but new seasons also come with saying goodbye to the previous one. Even my everyday routine and experience has changed at the Center For Creative Media. A new class of...

This Year On The Big Screen

2015 was a record-breaking year in cinema. The American box office made over $11 billion — the highest ever for a single year, but that was last year. Everyone is wondering how 2016 is going to top 2015. Let's take a look at the upcoming...

Make ‘Em Laugh

Comedy is a staple of television and has been for nearly 70 years. In fact, 27 seasons out of the 63 measured by the Nielsen ratings, dating all the way back to 1950, have seen a comedy or comedy/variety show at #1 at the end...