Posts Tagged ‘Inspiration’
We’ve asked before if making a film by yourself is possible. Well, it’s been a couple of years, and the technology has advanced, so we’re asking again …
From her first role to today, Julie Benz has played a number of unforgettable characters. We sat down to talk shop and get some insight.
Filmmaker workshops, labs, and fellowships offer a number of benefits for the indie filmmaker. Here’s what you need to know before you apply.
Sure, Russian Arm systems are amazing, and we’d all love to use one, but if you don’t have the budget for one, just build your own car-side …
Filmmaker extraordinaire Roger Deakins often uses homemade ring lights. Here’s how to take a page from his playbook and build one yourself — for cheap.
“A Quiet Place” uses sound design and editing as powerful narrative elements. We took a closer look to see how it crafts this unique soundscape.
Creating content is more democratic than ever, but it also presents new challenges. So how do you get your project seen in such a crowded field?
In which we take a look at the different career paths for commercial, indie, and corporate video production and filmmaking.
We spoke with Bobbito García and his team about how they sorted decades of archival footage to create the autobiographical documentary Rock Rubber 45s.
Norman Steinberg has worked on some of your favorite projects with some of your favorite people. We sat down with him recently to talk some shop.
Are you interested in becoming a filmmaker? New to the craft? Try out these five exercises to build your filmmaking skill-set.
Documentaries, as a form of journalism, often cover important, serious topics. But is this all that the genre is capable of?