A photographer from down under shares her experiences making the transition from photography to filmmaking.
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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.
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The disappointing re-mastered version of EMPIRE STRIKES BACK reminds filmmakers that LESS is MORE.
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Tony Zhou’s video essay about Edgar Wright films offers a valuable lesson for visual artists on using the visual medium creatively.
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Now THIS is how you make a launch film. In the world of drones and quadcopters, 3D Robotics‘ Solo may very well be a game-changer. 😉
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NAB is one of the most inspiring, but equally overwhelming industry trade shows you can attend. Here’s a 5-point game plan to make the most out of it.
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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"
Despite all the evidence pointing to an eventual death of physical Blu-ray and DVD media, there are still some hold-outs. MediaZilla has a solution.
Read more "Online and Offline Blu-ray and DVD Experience with MediaZilla"
Filmmakers and artists should be defending Saban taking down Joseph Kahn’s video. The fact people are complaining shows a clear lack of understanding about these issues.
Read more "Ignorance About the DMCA, Fan Films and Fair Use"