Posts Tagged ‘Inspiration’
In creative projects, with differing visions and tight deadlines, things occasionally go wrong. Sometimes, really really wrong. Here’s a few tips for saving face and moving on when things go south.
An epic mash up video of some of the most iconic “back to the camera” shots in film history. An inspiring watch for filmmakers or film buffs!
Learn from some of the most prolific filmmakers in Hollywood history. In this post, we share the DVD commentaries that give insight into the minds of legendary filmmakers.
Land more freelance work! Follow our 10 tips for video and film freelancing success, for the start and end of any project. Great tips that are applicable to production crew, motion designers and video editors.
Pick up some tips for marketing and distributing your short film online! In this post we share a few online resources that are valuable for any filmmaker looking to optimize exposure and gain a captive audience for their film project.
Step up your color grading game! Check out these interviews with today’s leading colorists as they share their worthwhile advice and experiences.
Step behind the scenes of the hit show House of Cards – awesome real world case studies for video editors and producers!
Ever dream of editing film trailers? In this post, you’ll hear from some of the industry’s leading film editors and learn the formula for crafting a successful trailer.
You’ve made a great film and you want it seen! Follow these tips from the director/producers of the documentary hit “Indie Game: The Movie”. Tons of great takeaways for self distribution and promotion.
Learning how to be a better creative is crucial to all creative professionals regardless of what field you’re specifically in. Check out these great resources from the folks at Pixar on how to be a better creative.
Learn from the best! In this post, we’ve rounded up some of the best advice from leading Hollywood directors.
Is the traditional storyboard going away in favor of digital previsualization? In this post we celebrate the art form of traditional storyboarding by showcasing the visualization work of famous films and directors.