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Edits are cuts in the “reality” of a film or television show, so they should be jarring. So why don’t we really notice them?
Don’t have enough funds to purchase high-priced lighting kits? Try out using some of these cheaper methods to get your lighting right. One of the core principles …
In this industry interview, we go behind the scenes with Steve Hibbert on Pulp Fiction’s Most Famous Small Role: The Gimp.
For this interview, we sat down with a diverse group of horror actors to find out everything we didn’t know about horror film production.
It’s easy to learn but extremely difficult to master. The interview setup is the bread and butter of any cinematographer’s repertoire.
Here are ten must-know tips for getting your film or video project into a film festival — and what to know before your film screens.
From Jurassic Park to Dietland, the films that producer Bonnie Curtis has worked on have yielded valuable lessons. We talk about what she’s learned.
Wrap gifts show your crew that they were worth a little extra time and some personal consideration. Here are five ideas for gifts they can actually use.
We sat down with Nathan Barr for a conversation about composing sound tracks for films — and how a composer fits into the overall production crew.
These interviews take an insightful look into how the filmmakers behind “Atlanta” created the their own unique style and look.
The editor of “This Is America” sheds some light on working with Hiro Murai and Childish Gambino — and his Premiere workflow.
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.”