Successfully adapting novels into screenplays means that the film version must become its own work of art – a slew of changes must be made to the format, story and characters involved.
Thinking about getting some aerial footage? This awesome interactive map shows us where you can and cannot fly camera drones.
Whether you’re creating a low-budget short or a multi-million dollar feature, follow these considerations for creating a comprehensive (and realistic!) film budget.
Learn how to use RED RAW footage in a FCPX workflow in the following video tutorial.
Seamless design is captivating and interesting to audiences, but it’s admittedly more difficult to create than designs with hard cuts. In the following article we will take a look at a great example of seamless design and ask the artist Marc Urtasun a few questions about how he approaches his projects.
Softbox not soft enough? Learn how to use the ultra-soft book lighting technique.
In our quest to identify the next great gear, we discovered the following photo/video campaigns currently raising dough on Kickstarter.
Learn how to create interesting composition in this incredibly helpful masterclass.
Many amateur directors decide to write and direct their first film before they have had much on set experience in other roles. This is a viable approach for learning the craft of filmmaking and one that can often yield great results, but it must be approached with caution – particularly with regards to how the cast and crew is treated on set.