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Location is everything in filmmaking, so knowing how to manage the “where” at the heart of your project is as important as the “what” or “when.”
Looking to expand your filmmaking resume with some additional experience? Here are some tips on using platforms like Staff Me Up.
What if pre-visualizing your camera and lighting setups was as easy and fun as playing a video game? Matt Workman is working toward making that a reality.
When you’re pitching your next film or video project to investors and building a production team, a strong “lookbook” is key. Here’s what to include.
Here is some insight into finding the right home for your short film or video content in today’s online distribution world.
New to film and video production sets? Here are three pieces of essential equipment you should know about before you get started.
The team behind RGB shares insights into how they built their all-female leadership team — and breaking into the documentary-editing industry.
The long take is a complicated shot, and lighting one is no simple task. However, today’s low light cameras are solving the problem.
Would you turn down a $150,000 distribution deal for your first feature film and take matters into your own hands? These filmmakers did.
Before you post something for sale, check out these tips to make sure you get top dollar for your used cameras and video gear.
Learning how to find steady freelance video production gigs is hard enough, but what about knowing when you shouldn’t take the job?