Posts Tagged ‘directing’
Amanda Marsalis chats about her transition from indie film to television, working with Ava DuVernay, and making space for actors to deliver truly incredible performances.
From testing your Wi-Fi to prepping your crew, here are a few things to consider on your next—or first-ever—remote shoot.
Directing your first scene? Before you get bogged down in the technical details, take the time to plan out and rehearse your blocking.
It’s time we highlight the importance of the rehearsal, as well as the actors’ performances, in your film and video projects.
Every director has a go-to shot that makes a scene unmistakably their own. Let’s take a look at 7 iconic cinematography techniques.
Here are a few different techniques you can try out to get the best performances possible from the actors on your project.
Director Adam Salky talks about his approach to filmmaking and working on his recent project “I Smile Back” with Sarah Silverman.
This uber-successful horror director dives into his latest project and what future directors should expect on set in this writeup.
These five tools are must-haves for any up-and-coming director.