Tips, tricks and tutorials for professional video producers, filmmakers, directors and camera operators.
The Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera is a game changer in the world of filmmaking. In the following article we take a look at a few of the features that make this high quality, compact camera stand out.
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What’s the best way to finance your independent film project? Discover the best way to prepare for and launch an indie film fundraising initiative.
Edgar Wright explains his cinematography style and directorial motivation in the following video presented by SlashFilms.
Need to prepare your RAW footage for video editing? ClipHouse is a multi-function app that gets the job done quickly and simply.
Get the most out of your production lights by using light modifiers. In this video tutorial we show you a few of the most common modifiers and how to use them on-set.
Fine tune your film marketing plan to get the most exposure. Here are 3 resources that provide FREE tips and advice for successful film marketing.
Discover the process that goes into making a Pixar film in this masterclass from Saschka Unseld, director of The Blue Umbrella.
The Dolly Zoom is an easy technique in theory but not as easy in practice. In this article we discover how to create a dolly zoom and examine the different circumstances in which they can be used.
If you’re still using a physical director’s viewfinder get with the times! New smartphone options are cheaper and offer a range of options for setting up your film and video shots.
Being a good director is more than being bossy and ‘in-charge’. Good direction always starts with good casting and an empathetic mindset. Here’s 3 tips you can quickly set into practice on your next project.
The script supervisor is a necessary, but seldom discussed, member of any successful filmmaking team. In this post we share tips for script supervision to ensure your film maintains continuity throughout the filmmaking process.