We’ve got the latest announcements, interviews and event info for professional video production and post-production.
From her first role to today, Julie Benz has played a number of unforgettable characters. We sat down to talk shop and get some insight.
Production incentives come in a variety of forms, depending on who’s offering them, so what are they, and what do they do?
Here are all the updates on how Reddit is now hosting video content natively — and what that means for filmmakers and marketers.
Creating content is more democratic than ever, but it also presents new challenges. So how do you get your project seen in such a crowded field?
Aputure has released 5 new accessories that will elevate your lighting game to a whole new level. Here’s what you need to know.
In which we take a look at the different career paths for commercial, indie, and corporate video production and filmmaking.
We spoke with Bobbito García and his team about how they sorted decades of archival footage to create the autobiographical documentary Rock Rubber 45s.
The popular camera-sharing community ShareGrid is expanding into all fifty states. Here’s how you can make their equipment rental model work for you.
Nikon has just unveiled its long-rumored first foray into the mirrorless camera game with the brand-new Z7 and Z6 models.
Norman Steinberg has worked on some of your favorite projects with some of your favorite people. We sat down with him recently to talk some shop.
Documentaries, as a form of journalism, often cover important, serious topics. But is this all that the genre is capable of?
From working beside Dick Van Dyke to animating The Flash, Charlie Schlatter tells us how he learned to let it all go and finally find his voice.