Posts Tagged ‘Inspiration’
We rounded up some of the best YouTube channels every filmmaker should be following for inspiration and technical know-how in 2019.
Cinematographer Matt Porwoll shares some insight about shooting classic verité on the modern documentary “Tigerland” at Sundance 2019.
We spoke with costume designer Gersha Phillips about her designs for Star Trek: Discovery, House of Cards, and My Big Fat Greek Wedding.
Sure — high-profile filmmakers and actors needs publicists, but who else in the industry could benefit from a media strategy?
We got the stories behind how some of the classic Dungeons and Dragons artwork came to be — and making a documentary about it.
We spoke with the writer/director about multi-protagonist screenplays, split screen editing, and her commitment to losing creative control.
This meeting of the minds is all about composing for film, going to Sundance, and sharing insights about the craft.
The Oscar-winning editor behind Whiplash and La La Land tells us all about how he cut First Man like a documentary project.
We recently spoke with one of the busiest supervising sound engineers in the business about what it takes to build a world using sound.
So you’re making a film, and there’s no budget for location scouting and management. No problem — here’s how you handle it yourself.
Director Adam Salky talks about his approach to filmmaking and working on his recent project “I Smile Back” with Sarah Silverman.
We spoke with the Oscar-nominated editor of Green Book, Patrick J. Don Vito, about knowing when to make the call and kill your darlings.