Posts Tagged ‘industry’
The Art Department is often the largest film crew. Hundreds of employees make up several divisions, including Art, Sets, Construction, and Property. Let’s take a closer look.
Screenwriters and directors love going through a script before filming. Now there’s a tool that can make it easier: AppCoustic’s Table Read App.
Used since the early days of cinema, dutch angles are a great artistic tool for filmmakers.
From Cheeseplates to Deadcats, let’s take a look at some strange filmmaking terms.
Camera stabilizers can certainly put a dent in your budget. Here are some things to consider before making this big purchase.
The RED SCARLET is a workhorse, but it can be a costly one. With the URSA Mini soon to be released, could the SCARLET be in trouble?
Let’s do the timewarp and take a look at how a film becomes a cult classic.
Steven Spielberg is more than just the master of the summer blockbuster. He’s one of the greatest storytellers of this era.
Studios are fighting to find a digital distribution model that makes sense… but it’s not going to be easy.
Let’s answer a common question among filmmakers: Are film festivals worth your time, energy, and money?
With new productions on the horizon, some say the once dead Western film genre seems to be making a slow comeback. Did it ever really go away?
Has Blackmagic Design positioned itself to become what Canon used to be? Let’s answer the question with an in-depth look at some side-by-side footage and stats.