Timeline Tuesday

  • The Challenge of Keeping Down the Duration of Compact Fiction Film ‘Bang du er Død’

    ‘Bang du er død’ (Bang you’re dead), is a compact fiction film that tells the story of a young boy whose violent imagination helps him to bond with a criminal.

  • Recounting the Amazing True Story of ‘The Cokeville Miracle’

    The Cokeville Miracle, an independent film recently released in theaters, recounts the amazing true story of faith and prayer during a hostage situation in an elementary school in the small town of Cokeville, Wyoming.

  • Editing a Film with Little Dialog Shows How Much Can Be Said Without Saying a Single Word

    L’Armoire (“The Dresser”) is a half English, half French spoken film about two unlikely students who, despite not speaking each other’s language, form a bond over building a dresser together together. Get to know the story behind Editor Daniel Frome’s timeline.

  • Inspiring Stories from Mission of Hope Haiti

    Read how filmmaker Jonathan Cordell followed several key staff members and lay leaders of First Baptist Church Jacksonville as they traveled to Cabaret, Haiti to see firsthand the life-changing work Mission of Hope is involved in.

  • 'Service Please' courtesy of James Roddy, DGA

    Uncorking Creative Editorial with James Roddy, DGA

    As I watch really cool examples of independent films in progress fly through my Twitter feed, I thought it would be great to connect with the filmmaker to learn more than what’s contained in 140 characters. Thus, a new Avid Blogs series was born—#TimelineTuesday.

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