A killer demo reel is the biggest asset you have when trying to pick up work in the film industry. Unfortunately though, many talented directors, DPs and editors don’t understand what it takes to cut a great reel, and end up losing work because of it.
Music can drive your story and enhance the message of your film, but the process of marrying the two is often underestimated.
With raw shooting cameras so readily available, many filmmakers are opting to shoot raw as much as possible. Although there are some benefits with regards to raw image capture, there are also some major downsides.
It seems like just yesterday that Final Cut Pro completely dominated the independent film post-production scene, but the terrain today is very different and editors now have tough choices to make when it comes down to committing to an editing platform.
Film school is a controversial topic amongst filmmakers. While some of the best filmmakers are formally trained, others skipped film school and got their education on-set. I would argue that for creatively minded individuals, film school simply isn’t the best option.
In many cases, buying a used DSLR allows you to get a lot of bang for your buck – but there is a lot to consider before deciding to drop down your hard earned cash.
With such easy access to video editing apps, many indie film directors are doubling as editors on their own productions as a means to streamline their creative process, but ultimately are coming up short when it comes time to deliver a final cut.
Editing a feature length documentary film can be an extremely daunting task because of the massive amount of footage and the endless creative options. In this post, we share 3 tips for approaching a documentary edit.
Crowdfunding campaigns have become one of the most popular fundraising methods for filmmakers looking to raise a budget. Unfortunately though, most filmmakers assume that the process will be easier than it is and end up coming short on their goal.