Posts Tagged ‘Inspiration’
How a filmmaker famous for innovating and doing things his own way plans, practices, and films shoot-out scenes for his productions.
Let’s take a look at the post-production workflow and thought process behind the year’s biggest box office horror success.
Not every documentary turns out the way you intend. Find out how this filmmaker pivoted to tell a remarkable story in this interview.
A good logline can relay the message and plot of your film or video during its early stages, through production, and on into release.
Will you be working with child actors on your next film or video production? Read these six helpful tips before diving in.
Explore the power and influence of filmmaking in world history through the lenses of some of the greatest American directors.
Here’s how shooting with a shallow depth of field can immerse your audience in the world of your film or video like nothing else.
No need for film school. Here are some essential book recommendations for every film department — and three free eBooks to get you started.
5 amateur filmmakers have the chance to make a feature film funded by Robert Rodriguez. Can you shoot and edit in 14 days? Enter now!
Let’s take a look at the “Three P’s” of taking on new filmmaking or videography projects: passion, prestige, and profit.
Looking for something to listen to while you commute between shoots? These podcasts are great for cinematographers and filmmakers alike.
Charlie Parish of HBO’s The Defiant Ones gives us an inside look at creating the unique visual style of HBO’s new documentary series.