Today I continue my series on limiting yourself to stretch your creativity. I want to know YOUR story of limitations stretching you.Read more "Limit Yourself and Stretch Your Creativity – Cont."
Freddie Wong and his filmmaking team run one of the most popular channels on YouTube. They’re now offering FREE online education that is sure to make waves in the industry.Read more "Rocket Jump Film School Will Shake Up Online Filmmaking Education"
When would you make a video about a jazz band without using jazz music? When the objective calls for something else.Read more "Sometimes the Right Music for a Film Subverts Your Expectations"
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"
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"
Set design is not only important for narrative fiction, it’s also something to take seriously in documentary work.Read more "Set Design Part 2: Documentary Filmmaking"
Five tips for set design and why it’s so important to telling a good story.Read more "Set Design Part 1: Narrative Filmmaking"
The disappointing re-mastered version of EMPIRE STRIKES BACK reminds filmmakers that LESS is MORE.Read more "In Filmmaking, Less is More"
Tony Zhou’s video essay about Edgar Wright films offers a valuable lesson for visual artists on using the visual medium creatively.Read more "Thinking Outside Your Filmmaking Box"
For any larger creative collaboration like a film shoot to succeed, it needs to have these three things.Read more "The Secret to Effective Collaboration is a Little TLC"