Posts Tagged ‘Inspiration’
From Jurassic Park to Dietland, the films that producer Bonnie Curtis has worked on have yielded valuable lessons. We talk about what she’s learned.
Wrap gifts show your crew that they were worth a little extra time and some personal consideration. Here are five ideas for gifts they can actually use.
These interviews take an insightful look into how the filmmakers behind “Atlanta” created the their own unique style and look.
Shooting a car scene in your next film or video project? Check out this DIY car mount build — and some tips for your scene.
New to film and video production sets? Here are three pieces of essential equipment you should know about before you get started.
We chatted with the filmmakers behind The Iron Orchard about shooting a feature set in the 1920s on a tight budget — and a few extra tips …
Would you turn down a $150,000 distribution deal for your first feature film and take matters into your own hands? These filmmakers did.
When you’re just getting started in After Effects, the program can be daunting. Here’s a quick guide to exporting your project.
Get the most out of your single-location shoot by following in the footsteps of one of the greatest low-budget directors of all time.
Learning how to find steady freelance video production gigs is hard enough, but what about knowing when you shouldn’t take the job?
No more looking for an outlet when you’re setting up lights on set. This DIY light kit offers mobile, cinematic light for under $200.
In which we highlight a few tips on cutting comedy projects based on Jerry Seinfeld’s “Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee.”