Making your film is just the beginning. Eventually you’ll need to market it. Here are some important things to consider when it comes to indie film marketing.
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Why process those camera effects in post when you can do them directly in-camera? Check out these 5 easy in-camera effects, courtesy of Film Riot.
Get some local help on your next production with this free film commission list.
Recently, I posted a controversial article about the Sony a7S. In this follow-up, I’ll clarify some of the points that I made.
Expand your reach exponentially and build your audience quickly with this tutorial on how to export video for Facebook.
Stay organized on-set and in the editing bay with this free camera log for use on film and video productions.
While using stock sound effects can yield great results and save crucial time, accurately and convincingly depicting the visuals may require foley work.
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Spare yourself some frustration and get acquainted with these common (and avoidable) filmmaking mistakes.
Heading to Austin for South by Southwest? Check out the 64 can’t-miss sessions for filmmakers or video pros attending SXSW 2015.
What’s the point of posting video online if nobody is going to see it? Up your views with these basic tips for posting online video.