Posts Tagged ‘Inspiration’
Animation scores may have had simplistic reputations in the past, but street-inspired innovators like The Blasting Company are disproving old ideas.
The editor of Jordan Peel’s latest horror masterpiece explains what it’s like editing horror and cutting nonverbal musical scenes.
Curious about the cameras used to shoot current hit HBO series? Here are the various camera packages and the series using them.
A panel at this year’s SXSW Conference and Festivals covered how (and why) you should be putting yourself and your work out there.
Whether you’re new to visual storytelling or a certified expert, here are some of the most inspiring ways creators are using typography to tell stories.
Sherri Chung has scored some of your favorite TV shows, so we asked how her process works, how her career has developed, and what she wants in …
The story of the archival footage in Apollo 11 is only the tip of the iceberg — this restorative documentary had plenty of tricks up its sleeve.
We sat down with the DP of Netflix’s “Tales By Light” to talk about his approach to shooting an award-winning docuseries on wildlife and human impact.
PremiumBeat sat down with the composers for American Gods to discuss their process and working with the show in our latest interview.
PremiumBeat spoke with Brazilian filmmaker Carolina Costa about her path to success, her approach to the work, and her creative direction.
A good documentary must tell a powerful story. Here are four tips to keep you on track, especially when the going gets tough.
Explore the nuances of cutting comedy and drama together with experienced comedy editor Kent Kincannon in the Sundance 2019’s “Before You Know It.”