Posts Tagged ‘Inspiration’
We had the opportunity to chat with filmmaker Andrew Morgan and star Erica Muñoz about “Long Gone By,” a very timely and emotional drama.
Production designer Judy Rhee shares insight on how collaborating with others creates inspiration in the projects she designs.
Learn how to create a more cohesive action sequence when dealing with hand-to-hand combat, as well as long-range action scenes.
We sat down with image creators Andy White and Alex McDonald to discuss technical processes, personal workflow, and the future of the industry.
In this article, we examine visualizing light through photography — and how it can make you a better cinematographer and filmmaker.
Filmmaker Gotham Chopra talked to us about letting story dictate form, producing intimate docs on winners, and breaking down the “anatomy of greatness.”
We spoke with evocative production designer John Paino about his style, his working relationships, and his creative influences.
If you’re looking to dive into the ultimate film genre, here are five things you need when making an action short or feature.
Premium Beat interviewed Das Boot’s composer, Matthias Weber, on his approach to the sequel to Wolfgang Petersen’s iconic 1981 feature film.
We’re in the golden age of documentary filmmaking, and these films have now become as cinematically entertaining as their narrative counterparts.
Documentaries are a right of passage for any filmmaker. In this article, we’ll look at five ways you can take your short documentary to the next level.
PremiumBeat sat down with cinematographer Adrian Peng Correia to delve into the relationships and approaches behind his craft.