Posts Tagged ‘Inspiration’
You’ve got solid video, clean audio, and the perfect color grade. So don’t blow your edit with uninteresting transitions.
The events in Bomb City needed a larger-than-life feel and a gritty reality. We talked to DP Jake Wilganowski about how he pulled it off.
We talked with the editor of The Disaster Artist about what it’s like telling a true story that is simultaneously hilarious, inspiring, and bizarre.
In 2014, a preacher in Grand Saline, Texas self-immolated to protest racism in his town. We talked with the filmmakers who captured his story.
Product videos have to look good — whether you have a budget or not. Follow these tips to improve your production values without breaking the bank.
Check out these five great film festivals that are well worth the time for fans and filmmakers of short-form documentaries.
Impressive developments in VR content and technology mean content creators can look forward to dynamic new opportunities.
Interested in adapting books into screenplays? Follow these professional tips to create practical adaptations for the big screen.
Training your eye to be a better cinematographer is an ongoing process. Here are some tips that can help you improve your craft.