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Beatriz Wallace

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Beatriz Wallace Beatriz Wallace is currently a Visiting Professor at Duquesne University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Her friends do cool stuff like take pictures of pets that need adopting at animal shelters, make movies with famous people and tell stories that matter. She worked at Cellar Stories Bookstore and Time Magazine after she graduated from Amherst College with a degree in writing and photography. She has a Master’s Degree in Photojournalism from the University of Missouri. She’s from New Orleans and she’s kind of scrappy. She might be a juicer, a yoga teacher or a software developer next. And she’s okay with that. To see her work, visit www.beatrizwallace.com, follow her on Twitter @bigmuddyheart or friend her on Facebook (Beatriz Wallace).

Student Filmmaker Series – Part 5: Nine Things I Learned From My Favorite Young Storytellers

We spent some time getting to know these passionate young filmmakers. Here are 9 things I learned from their beautiful, genuine musings.

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Student Filmmaker Series: Part 4 – Five Ways to Master The Post-Production Process

In Part 4 of our Student Filmmaker Series we discuss Five Ways to Master The Post-Production Process.

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Student Filmmaker Series: Part 3 – One Piece At A Time: What Gear Do You Need To Make Great Film?

Student Filmmaker Series: Part 3 – One Piece At A Time: What Gear Do You Need To Make Great Film?

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Student Filmmaker Series: Part 2 – So You Majored In Media, Now What?

You want to be a storyteller, and you’re getting the right degree, but how do you reassure yourself (and your family) that you’ll find a job when you graduate?

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Student Filmmaker Series – Part 1 Five Young Storytellers You Have To Know

Part 1 of our Student Filmmaker Series – We celebrate five young storytellers that understand and harness the possibility of good film.

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Enforcer Review

I teach Multimedia Storytelling at Duquesne University and the University of Missouri. In my classes we focus on making cinematic video, or documercials. We don’t

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