screencraft

screencraft

(ˈskriːnˌkrɑːft)
n
1. (Film) films the skills and talent involved in writing or making a movie
2. (Film) computer software for screenwriting
3. (Computer Science) computer software for screenwriting
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(28) Krzysztof Piesiewicz, quoted in Declan McGrath & Felim MacDermott, Screencraft: Screenwriting, RotoVision, Mies, 2003, p.
Champagne is president and CEO of Abar Imaging Center and owner of Screencraft Tileworks.
Joshua Jackson and German thesp Jessica Schwarz ("The Red Cockatoo") will star in the film, which is being co-produced by Rusnak's Munich-based Screencraft Entertainment, Canada's Gynormous Pictures and Italy's Eagle Pictures, with Arclight Films set to handle world sales.
Ernst, a consultant in the wood products industry for 30 years, says he bought a screen printing company, Screencraft, five years ago "thinking that I could improve images applied to wood." After extensive research, Ernst found a process that he thought he could modify for the wood imaging industry and thus started up his second company, Wood Graphixs.
The lack of an Australian presence in critical explorations into cinematography is evident until the late 1990s when things start to change with the focus on Seaie in Cinematography Screencraft (1998) and Semler in More Contemporary Cinematographers On Their Art (2000).
Screencraft Tileworks, Trip Wolfskehl III, 401-427-2826, trip@screencrafttileworks:com, P.
Klaus Maria Brandauer is set to star in the film, which is being produced by Munich-based Screencraft Entertainment.
Screencraft: Directing (Mike Goodridge, Focal Press) The sixth book in a series about filmmaking displays the many strands that helmets must weave together in a successful picture.
Framewerk, a Munich-based production company set up by Das Werk co-founder Stefan Jonas, has acquired 25% stakes in Josef Rusnak's Screencraft Entertainment and Canada's Silhouette Media Group (SMG).