In this post we look at trailers and shorts as a way to drum up investment and interest for a feature film release. Check out 3 successful examples.
As creative pros, what lessons can we learn from a multi billionaire business man? In this post we explore 3 takeaways from Ray Dalio – and how you can apply them to your own professional pursuits.
Want to make a documentary? Pick up some tips from industry pros that have done it. In this roundup we share talks by influential documentary directors and editors.
How do you keep your creative career fresh and focused? It’s all too easy for a passion to become a chore when you’re doing it as a career. In this post, we share a few tips for ensuring vitality and enthusiasm in your work.
Check out these awesome film commentary videos – and pick up a few filmmaking tips for Steven Spielberg.
All too often directors, producers and even lowly editors get too attached to their temp music. Here are a few thoughts on how to avoid that trap. Photo from Flickr Temp music, or temporary music, is the score you’re editing with until the final or ‘real’ music replaces it. Many editors get into the trap
Edit Fests are annual opportunities for professional video editors to come together and share their experiences of working in the video/film industry. If you were unable to attend an Edit Fest this year, check out this roundup of some of the useful info shared at these events!
In this post, we explore the color grading work done on Hollywood blockbusters Elysium and Pacific Rim!
Clients pay you for your creative expertise, so what do you do when you have opposing ideas? In this post we share some tips for creating respectful client/creative relationships!
In this post we share a few tips for reframing the way you think about how to make money. Great tips for creative professionals looking to make an extra source of income!
Pick up some sound mixing tips from the pros! In this post, we share examples of pro sound mixes and how you can apply these techniques to your own audio editing work.
If you’re a working director of photography, or interested in the art of cinematography, be sure to check out these in-depth profiles of the process and insights of three leading Hollywood DPs.