Posts Tagged ‘Inspiration’
Have a short or feature film that you’re looking to show off online? Here’s a step-by-step guide to organizing your film’s premiere.
In this cinematography breakdown we look at how Blade Runner 2049 used color to tell a story through light and sound.
From politics to storytelling to great sets, today we’ll discuss what it takes to become a successful cinematographer, at any level.
An in-depth guide to the Romance Film genre and the different types of sub-genres filmmakers use to pull at the heartstrings of audiences around the world.
With new productions on the horizon, some say the once-dead Western film genre seems to be making a slow comeback. Did it ever really go away?
Cinematographer Stefan Ciupek gave us the lowdown on the visual language, lenses, and filming locations behind Guns Akimbo.
Let’s take a look at the cinematography, blocking, and storyboarding of Bong-Joon Ho’s latest masterpiece.
Emmanuel Lubezki only accepts projects that give him the opportunity to do what he does best — create images unlike anything you’ve seen before.
In this tour of the horror film genre, we break down some of the best-known sub-genres for tips on how to improve your own horror filmmaking endeavors.
With the Academy Awards approaching, we decided to honor the Oscar-nominated film The Lighthouse by recreating a scene from the movie.