Posts Tagged ‘industry’
We talked with Brooklyn Nine-Nine composer Dan Marocco about his influences, his artistic process, and how technology plays a part in his creativity.
In this industry roundup, we’ve collected five of the best places (and resources) to pitch your documentary film projects
We sat down with Craig Atkinson and Alex Takats, cinematographers from the new Netflix show, Dogs, to talk documentary filmmaking.
Patricia Resnick has worked on an impressive array of projects throughout her career. Here’s what she has to say about the craft and the industry.
We spoke with composer Federico Jusid on creating music for Watership Down, overcoming fear, and working with filmmakers around the world.
We chatted with one film producer who’s successfully crowdfunded several documentaries projects to get some insights for your next project.
Stlll looking for that last-minute gift for the filmmaker in your life? We’ve got you covered with our ultimate holiday gift guide.
Didn’t get your project into a major film festival this year? Here are 7 reasons why — and how you can change that next year.
Getting ready to shoot a documentary film? Here are seven reasons why you absolutely need a producer to help guide your project.
Shooting a successful film requires more than just technical knowledge. It also requires strong film composition. But what, exactly, is that?
How do you create six unique, realistic sets for the same Western film? Production Designer Jess Gonchor has the answers.
On low-budget documentary shoots, protecting the environment means careful use of natural light. But what if timing ruins a moment the crew can’t recreate?