We spoke with director Nora Mandray about contextualizing history and keeping a complex political timeline vibrant and legible in short form.
When staging an interview, there are obstacles for both the interviewer and interviewee. Here are a few tricks that can make your interview shine.
Filmmaker Gotham Chopra talked to us about letting story dictate form, producing intimate docs on winners, and breaking down the “anatomy of greatness.”
Straightforward music video concepts can go a long way. These lean stunners will spark some low-budget, crew-optional ideas.
Adapting short fiction for the big screen can be challenging. These writers and directors shared their ideas on what worked for them.
Michael Rowley’s 2018 Telluride selection “Hurdle” dives headfirst into creating a documentary about Parkour in an occupied conflict zone.
The history of sound design involves innovations from some of the biggest names in Hollywood. At the 2019 Tribeca Film festival, we heard their stories.
Dutch filmmaker Carine Bijlsma’s patience and respect paid off for this 2019 Tribeca Film Festival documentary about the reclusive R&B artist D’Angelo.
Incredible portraits of image-makers premiered at Tribeca 2019, and some new documentaries on the schedule affirm the value of intimate storytelling.
Kat Candler took the time to chat with us about her film festival experiences, including a few that beginning filmmakers should check out.
Interested in seeing the world with your camera? Here are several videography markets for those who prefer to keep moving.
Whether you’re camera shopping, building out a light kit, or optimizing your workspace, these three sites are essential to the hunt.