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Sick of your equipment being unorganized? Learn a few organization tips in the following post.
Having the right gear for your first production assistant gig will not only benefit your reputation on set, but also guarantee work in the future.
If you’re in the world of video production, you’ll likely shoot a few product videos at some point. Here are a few DIY tips and tricks for getting them right.
What is required to join the major motion picture industry guilds? What are the benefits? Here’s what you need to know.
Even if you have equipment that costs thousands of dollars, sometimes simple household items can produce great results.
When traveling the globe as a one-man band, one of the greatest challenges you’ll face is packing light while still bringing everything the job requires. Here’s one light loadout that can make your life easier.
A good pitch requires more than a short description and price quote — and it goes beyond what’s put down on paper. Here are some points to keep in mind when pitching your next corporate video.
Here are some professional tricks of the trade from the man who literally wrote the book on being a grip.
Your film may be set for disaster before you even begin rolling. Here are a few filmmaking tips for optimizing your productions.
Want to be a documentary filmmaker? We’ve put together this comprehensive guide to lead you through every step of the process, from initial documentary concepting to distribution.
These DIY filmmaking solutions have been used on everything from commercial shoots to big-budget blockbusters. Here are five hacks every filmmaker should know.
From manmade floods and dysentery, to rampaging lions and nuclear fallout — sometimes the biggest dangers you see on screen are very real indeed.