Are you looking to set up shop by starting your own video production company? Here are seven essential considerations to keep in mind.
At the 2018 Austin Film Festival, we chatted with Root for the Villain writer/director Max Rissman about shooting short-form episodic content.
Real estate video production can be lucrative work. So what does it take to secure projects and succeed in this niche industry?
Interested in a shoulder mount for your camera for more mobility on your next project? Here’s what to look for when you start shopping.
The proliferation of prosumer video gear and accessible elements of production is expanding the video production landscape. So what does that mean?
In this short guide, we round up some advice for filmmakers and videographers shooting promotional videos for restaurants and bars.
Deciding how to share your film with the world involves many factors. Here are some insights into the perks of distributing it yourself.
When you bring a second camera operator onto your film or video shoot, be sure you communicate clearly about these five important elements.
Filming a documentary means lots of footage, and that means the edit is no small undertaking. Here’s our advice on how to manage the project
We gathered some expert genre filmmaking advice from the filmmakers at this year’s Fantastic Fest. Here’s what they had to say.
Are you moving to a new city and looking to make some fresh industry connections? Follow these professional tips and tricks.
Filmmaker Mickey Reece has turned over 30 homemade movies into a Fantastic Fest horror hit. Here’s what we’ve learned from his years of experience.