Posts Tagged ‘Inspiration’
Moon Shot, from executive producer JJ Abrams, is an exercise in compelling web content.
Learn useful editing tips and tricks from Arrival and Sicario editor Joe Walker
Pete’s Dragon and A Ghost Story filmmaker David Lowery shares his daily routine and creative process in this throwback video.
Learn some innovative and practical production tips and tricks from the talented filmmakers from SXSW.
From La La Land to The OA, film and television are turning back the clock to honor the golden age of song and dance. Let’s look behind the scenes at some of the best song and dance numbers in film history.
Some of the industry’s top creators weigh in on creativity, music, confidence, dealing with criticism, and finding your voice in a noisy world.
It’s that time of the year. Let’s look at some of the best and brightest demo reels from 2016, and get those creative juices warmed up for 2017.
Quentin Tarantino is one of the most influential directors in film history. For those looking to follow in his footsteps, here are ten of his best quotes on filmmaking.
See the art of painting and the art of filmmaking come together in beautifully composed shots.
If you’re looking for daily film inspiration, then these top video essayists should not be overlooked. Their passion for film is obvious in every frame.
The MIT artificial intelligence lab is about to change the way movies are made and viewed. Take a look at three revolutionary new programs that must be seen to be believed.
Creating a dynamic press kit for your film is an incredibly effective way to grab the attention of festivals, potential investors, and executives. Here’s how to go about it.