Posts Tagged ‘director’
5 film directors who used their low-budget indie shorts and features as a way to jump into some big budget Hollywood blockbusters.
These must-watch interviews offer great insight for every filmmaker. Learn about the art and current state of the film industry from The Hollywood Reporter’s 2016 Oscar roundtables.
ACE, ASC, DGA. What do those letters mean? Here’s a look at the most popular film societies.
Working with a new director or DP can be a trial and error process. Here’s how to ensure your production gets the most out of the director/DP relationship.
Wes Anderson’s idiosyncratic approach to filmmaking is unmistakable. Enjoy this supercut roundup that features some of his most distinctive trademarks.
Stanley Kubrick is rightfully hailed as one of the greatest filmmakers of all time. In this video series, filmmaking collective Raccord shines a light on the career of this undisputed master.
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.
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.
Looking to create a highly-effective & creative demo reel? Whether you’re an editor, director, animator or director of photography, follow our demo reel tips and position yourself for success!