We’ve got the latest announcements, interviews and event info for professional video production and post-production.
For years the famous “Shower Scene” from Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho has been attributed to the master of suspense, but new insights suggest that Hitchcock may not have directed the scene.
Even some of the world’s best filmmakers had rough starts, so don’t be discouraged! In this post we share the bad first movies of Peter Jackson, Francis Ford Coppola, Ron Howard and Oliver Stone.
With it’s increased resolution and image quality it’s easy to see why 4K footage is quickly becoming the new standard in video production. But is it too late? In the following article we take a look at the future of 4K and the historical trends that lead us to suspect that it might be short-lived.
Check out this impressive test footage from both the Blackmagic 4K Cinema Camera and Panasonic Lumix GH4 – exciting products for indie filmmakers.
Curious about Assimilate Scratch? The following tutorials share the features of a Scratch post production pipeline and show you how to get started.
The Internet is abuzz the announcement of Panasonic’s latest mirrorless camera, the GH4. Check out the spec on this new cam, which boasts 4K video recording and 4:2:2 color subsampling.
See the best VFX over the last 30+ years in this excellent montage of the Academy Award winners for Best Visual Effects.
GoPro has taken the consumer video camera market by storm, but is is worth it? In this article we take a look at the new GoPro 3+ and examine it’s cinematic potential.
Debating on pulling the trigger on a new Mac Pro purchase? Check out these product specs and reviews to make a more informed decision.
The new H5 is a great audio recorder for any indie-filmmaker. Although it isn’t on the market yet, sources say it will probably be coming this summer.
Your actors will make or break the success of your film. So how can you ensure you get the best folks for your project? In this post, we share 5 actionable tips to make your audition process the best it can be.
Grips are key members of every major film or video shoot. In the following video, discover why a grip’s work is essential for any successful film project.