Costume design doesn’t have to mean sewing everything by hand. Here are some tips for improving your production value with a little planning.
You’ve got your script, your cast, and your crew, so you’re ready to shoot, right? Not exactly. You need to break down your script first.
Sure — high-profile filmmakers and actors needs publicists, but who else in the industry could benefit from a media strategy?
From grabbing location inserts to creating a promo video without leaving your office, royalty-free footage is an excellent way to save time and money.
In this post-production guide, we take a look at maximizing your investment in an assistant editor for your film or video project.
Usually filmmakers want their camera movements motivated, but when can you improve your story with un-motivated camera movement?
We got the stories behind how some of the classic Dungeons and Dragons artwork came to be — and making a documentary about it.
Stop wasting your time recreating assets in Adobe After Effects. In this video tutorial, we’ll cover some tips for working with presets.
Documentary filmmaking can be tricky. Follow these five tenets of capturing good B-roll to help streamline your next project.
Need some Karaoke graphics? No problem. Learn how to customize your text and animation (and save yourself some time) in this video tutorial.
Primes vs. zooms. Four lenses out of two. Here are a few considerations to keep in mind when shopping for your first lenses.
We spoke with the writer/director about multi-protagonist screenplays, split screen editing, and her commitment to losing creative control.