Working as an Assistant Director (AD) can be unbelievably challenging. To survive on set and off, take some key steps to position yourself for success.
Considering going multi-cam for your next film? Here are some filmmaking tips regarding multi-cam shoots that you absolutely need to consider.
Cutting a film trailer is an art form of its own and requires a very unique approach. Follow these five film trailer editing tips and get your film noticed.
If you’re an aspiring cinematographer, there’s no better way to learn than by studying the work of others. These 5 critically acclaimed DPs will surely inspire you to improve your craft.
Making your film is just the beginning. Eventually you’ll need to market it. Here are some important things to consider when it comes to indie film marketing.
Guerrilla Filmmaking can be risky, but sometimes there’s no choice. Here are some important planning tips that can help prevent disaster.
Recently, I posted a controversial article about the Sony a7S. In this follow-up, I’ll clarify some of the points that I made.
Should you invest in new lenses instead of soon-to-be obsolete camera bodies? Here are some things to consider in the lens vs camera debate.
Shooting slow motion is easier than ever, thanks to advances in camera tech. Here are some things to consider before starting your next slow-mo project.
The distribution landscape for films has changed significantly within the last decade. Having a Video on Demand strategy is more important than ever.
Some indie filmmakers suffer from a lack of identity. Luckily, there are steps you can take to find your voice as a director.
No matter what camera you’re shooting with, perfect exposure is the biggest key to achieving a beautiful image. Here are 5 easy tips that will help you get it right every time.