Posts Tagged ‘filmmaking’
From La La Land to The OA, film and television are turning back the clock to honor the golden age of song and dance. Let’s look behind the scenes at some of the best song and dance numbers in film history.
Get to know 2017’s Oscar-nominated film editors as they discuss the challenges of cutting everything from high-brow sci-fi to old-school song and dance.
Some of the industry’s top creators weigh in on creativity, music, confidence, dealing with criticism, and finding your voice in a noisy world.
If your next project is set in the realm of fantasy, use these DIY prop tips to add authentic (and affordable) atmosphere to your set.
As predicted, refunds are coming to those who preordered the modular Craft Camera. Here’s what the company had to say.
Don’t throw that broken video gear in the trash! Get creative and turn your busted film equipment into a valuable new tool.
You’ve invested in a DSLR and tried to protect it — and then you notice moisture trapped in your camera. Don’t panic! Here’s how to go about removing condensation from your DSLR viewfinder.
Filming in tight hallways is tricky — even for pros like the Coen Brothers. Here’s their low-budget solution to a common filmmaking problem.
Looking to land more corporate clients for your video production projects? Consider learning the ins and outs of legal marketing.
The Academy Color Encoding System aims to be the filmmaking industry standard for managing color.
Discover the latest music to hit our library and give your videos a fresh new sound for 2017.
Is your tight budget preventing you from pulling off an epic dolly shot? Try one of these cheap DIY dolly options to get your shots rolling.