Posts Tagged ‘industry’
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?
We chatted with screenwriter Megan Weaver about her script “The Starfish” and some insights for pitching your screenplay.
Full-time film production opportunities are more common today than ever before. So does that mean you should stop considering freelance work?
Interested in screening your films at film festivals? Here are five reasons why you should consider volunteering before you start making submissions.
Are you looking to set up shop by starting your own video production company? Here are seven essential considerations to keep in mind.
Love may hurt, but it also sells. The Hallmark Channel produces 90+ holiday and romance films per year, so we sat down with the woman behind the …
Real estate video production can be lucrative work. So what does it take to secure projects and succeed in this niche industry?
The proliferation of prosumer video gear and accessible elements of production is expanding the video production landscape. So what does that mean?
James V. Hart has worked with many of the greats — from Coppola to Spielberg. We sat down to talk about his journey and some of the …
Anthony Milton has worked in the professional film scene in Dallas for the past decade. We sat down to talk shop and collect his tips on building …
Are you moving to a new city and looking to make some fresh industry connections? Follow these professional tips and tricks.
Filmmaker Mickey Reece has turned over 30 homemade movies into a Fantastic Fest horror hit. Here’s what we’ve learned from his years of experience.