When confronted with the chance to do a short film about the Confederate flag, I chickened out.Read more "What to Do When Fear Beats You"
Self-limitation is one of the best ways to stretch and exercise your creativity muscle.Read more "Sartorialist Video Challenges You to Limit Your Choices and Stretch Your Creativity"
An amazing and moving music video shot on a teeny-tiny camera. Be inspired!Read more "Lecrae’s “Welcome to America” Music Video Shot on Black Magic’s Pocket Camera"
In today’s “Saturday Matinee,” advertising powerhouse Ogilvy uses a clever but controversial Trojan horse campaign to raise awareness about the illegal poaching of rhinos.Read more "Ogilvy Cleverly Leverages Silly YouTube Videos to Promote a Cause"
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"
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.Read more "Applying “The Hero’s Journey” Can Improve Your Corporate & Event Filmmaking"
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"
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"