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Sooner or later, every filmmaker finds dust in their shot — either on the lens or sensor. Here’s how you can get rid of it without sacrificing your footage.
Writing a solid treatment is the key to landing your next big commercial or music video gig. Check out these tips to improve your chances.
Augmented Reality is becoming more common on film sets and productions, and now it has joined forces with traditional print publishing.
You can own the same style of robotic camera arm used to capture epic commercials and Thor: Ragnarok.
Vertical phone footage is a cardinal filmmaking sin. However, sooner or later, you’ll probably have to work with it. Here’s how.
This hilarious video shows you the recipe for making a blockbuster movie trailer, and we’ll give you the SFX you need to make one.
Hayao Miyazaki is a master at adding subtext to his storylines by exploring issues of personal importance. Energize your next project with his technique.
Channel your inner southern goth and embrace the tenants of this DIY-friendly filmmaking approach for your next indie project.
This uber-successful horror director dives into his latest project and what future directors should expect on set in this writeup.
Learn how you can place your camera’s point of view on the tip of a pen (or anything) in After Effects with this video tutorial.
Looking to get your film produced? Here’s what you need to bring to the table in order to find somebody who can help your project succeed.
Genre conventions help film audiences know what to expect, but there’s a fine line between rewarding expectations and making something truly innovative.