A case study of how Joseph Campbell’s “Hero’s Journey” can be applied to a real life story, and how you can use that concept in your own filmmaking.
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I know my suggestion yesterday to double your rates immediately may be too much for some of you. So here are 3 more palatable solutions.
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Every professional artist faces the challenge of charging what they’re worth, not because they aren’t worth it, but because they THINK they’re not worth it. They’re their own worst enemy.
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A challenge for you filmmakers out there that I doubt any of you could actually do. (Me included).
Read more "Stop Watching Other People’s Videos Or You’ll Go Blind"
Today’s Saturday Matinee offers valuable insight into finding your voice as an artist.
Read more "James Victore on Finding Your Style"
In this age when anything you put online can go world-wide in minutes and stays there forever, you need to be wise about how you represent yourself online. Here are five tips.
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Taking time to walk around your neighborhood and snap photos with your smartphone will help excel your filmmaking skills. Here’s how.
Read more "4 Ways iPhoneography Will Make You a Better Filmmaker"
Lessons we can learn from a TEDx talk about the effects musical improvisation has on the brain.
Read more "Charles Limb’s Study of Your Brain on Improv"
The next time you feel the urge to make a bigger, “better” and bolder film, consider the power of simplicity.
Read more "The Power of a Simple Concept"
Today we’re picking up from where this past Saturday Matinee left off. Social media marketing master and venture investor Gary Vaynerchuk talks about what he believes is the most important word ever. As usual, he pulls no punches and challenges you. WARNING: This video may convict you in ways you’re not prepared for! :)
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“Your talent isn’t enough. You gotta go put in the work.” Gary Vaynerchuk