Costume design doesn’t have to mean sewing everything by hand. Here are some tips for improving your production value with a little planning.
You’ve got your script, your cast, and your crew, so you’re ready to shoot, right? Not exactly. You need to break down your script first.
Usually filmmakers want their camera movements motivated, but when can you improve your story with un-motivated camera movement?
Directing your first scene? Before you get bogged down in the technical details, take the time to plan out and rehearse your blocking.
So you’re making a film, and there’s no budget for location scouting and management. No problem — here’s how you handle it yourself.
A good trailer can be one of the strongest marketing tools for your film or video, but a bad one can tank the project altogether.
Motivated camera movement helps narrate your film visually. Here are a few examples you can put into action in your own work.
The Hitchcock shot is a tricky maneuver, but its results are powerful. So what are the secrets behind this famous filmmaking technique?
Shooting a successful film requires more than just technical knowledge. It also requires strong film composition. But what, exactly, is that?
Like any film or video project, low-budget projects require effective planning and smooth production. Here are some tips to get you started.
New to filmmaking or video production? Here are a few tips for how to approach creating tension or suspense in your next project.
Effective fight scene choreography ties together filmmaking principles, safety protocols, and proven production techniques in a seamless dance.