Posts Tagged ‘filmmaking’
The three-act structure has long been the standard for storytellers — but bending the rules can lead to exceptionally cool results.
Attending your first film festival can be an intimidating experience. Here’s some things you should know to get the most out of your trip.
Break down the production of The Nice Guys and learn some great set tips on shooting car conversations, car crashes, and lighting a fire.
What if I told you that the most popular sports documentary franchise follows a formula and style that is as instantly recognizable as it easily recreatable?
VFX studio The Mill built their own adaptable camera car — the Blackbird — to replace any vehicle imaginable in post. You’ve got to see it to believe it.
The effects of different focal lengths can completely alter and give new interpretations to your images. Here are the basics behind the concept.
Securing film distribution might be the most challenging part of the entire filmmaking process. Here’s how the big studios go about it.
What is required to join the major motion picture industry guilds? What are the benefits? Here’s what you need to know.
Even if you have equipment that costs thousands of dollars, sometimes simple household items can produce great results.
Creating a dynamic press kit for your film is an incredibly effective way to grab the attention of festivals, potential investors, and executives. Here’s how to go about it.
Camera manufacturers constantly tout the dynamic range of their gear. What are they talking about? Here’s everything you need to know.
Forced perspective is an age-old practical effect with some clever applications for your own low budget movie needs.