Posts Tagged ‘Inspiration’
The Hitchcock shot is a tricky maneuver, but its results are powerful. So what are the secrets behind this famous filmmaking technique?
Will Smith is a natural storyteller and world-famous movie star, and now he has a successful YouTube channel. So what can we learn from his team?
From picking the right song to knowing how to create your own motion graphics, working on an edit with a quick turnaround means anticipating challenges.
Sometimes you don’t need a long tutorial to pick up some new editing tricks. Check out our favorites from Editing Modulations.
Looking to add more value to your corporate video projects? Here are five ways to give your clients more bang for their buck.
ice-over narration can be a powerful storytelling device for any film project. Here’s why you should consider adding it to yours.
New to filmmaking or video production? Here are a few tips for how to approach creating tension or suspense in your next project.
We took a behind-the-scenes look into the workflow of one documentary filmmaker’s quest to avoid unconscious bias in her work.
We chatted with screenwriter Megan Weaver about her script “The Starfish” and some insights for pitching your screenplay.
Full-time film production opportunities are more common today than ever before. So does that mean you should stop considering freelance work?
Interested in screening your films at film festivals? Here are five reasons why you should consider volunteering before you start making submissions.
At the 2018 Austin Film Festival, we chatted with Root for the Villain writer/director Max Rissman about shooting short-form episodic content.