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The Art of Filming in Black and White

The Art of Filming in Black and White 1920 1080 Forest City Film Festival
hen photography and cinematography first started out everything was monochrome. The reason why we started out with monochromatic pictures and films was because cameras and development technology could not take in hue but could only pick up the different light levels, or luminance, of a scene. Now, monochromatic film is used as part of an aesthetic and style; It adds to the story and scenery of the film making them feel serious or nostalgic and even scary read more

Happy Accidents in Film

Happy Accidents in Film 2048 861 Forest City Film Festival

by Seoyeon Bae Mistakes and unexpected events happen all the time. When you are filming outside there are a lot of things that can go wrong but that doesn’t have…

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The Cinematic Journey of a Youth Film Fest Alumnus

The Cinematic Journey of a Youth Film Fest Alumnus 2050 780 Forest City Film Festival
For this week’s Forest City Youth Film Festival Alumni Spotlight we’re celebrating Ethan Hickey — the winner of FCYFF 2019’s Most Enterprising Young Filmmaker Award. read more

50 best films of the 2010s – Part five

50 best films of the 2010s – Part five 854 520 Forest City Film Festival
Welcome to the final day of our decade wrap-up. Today, these are our ten favourite movies of the… read more

A Nightmare on Dundas Street: FCFF 2019’s Horror Collection

A Nightmare on Dundas Street: FCFF 2019’s Horror Collection 150 150 Forest City Film Festival
In the spirit of All Hallows’ Eve, we at the FCFF have complied our spookiest films and wrapped them up in this nice little blog. read more

Crazy Killer Cannibal Girls: London’s Last Horror on the Left

Crazy Killer Cannibal Girls: London’s Last Horror on the Left 150 150 Forest City Film Festival

Now here’s a sanguinary little film. Crazy Killer Cannibal Girls delivers almost exactly as the title promises — two crazy killer cannibal girls, a blood-soaked trip to downtown London, and…

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