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Industry Insights: Turning Short Stories into Beautiful Feature Films

Par Lyndsay Knecht

Adapting short fiction for the big screen can be challenging. These writers and directors shared their ideas on what worked for them.

Industry Interview: Emmy-Nominated Composer Dominik Scherrer

Par Paula Goldberg

From mercurial detectives to mysterious widows, Dominik Scherrer has worked on projects of all types. We sat down to talk process, influences, and advice.

Industry Interview: Documentary Editor Aaron Wickenden

Par Paula Goldberg

Whether it's spending time with devil worshipers or the angelic Mr. Rogers, editor Aaron Wickenden always finds a haunting and lovely truth in his work.

Industry Interview: DJ Stipsen, DP of “What We Do in the Shadows”

Par Tanner Shinnick

PremiumBeat sat down with DJ Stipsen to discuss his unique approach to lighting the dark world of FX's "What We Do in the Shadows."

Where to Find Vintage Lenses (and Tips on How to Use Them)

Par Jourdan Aldredge

Let's take a look at some creative and affordable options into finding, purchasing, and utilizing vintage lenses in your film and video projects.

What the Marvel Cinematic Universe Means for the Future of Film

Par Jourdan Aldredge

What do all of the Marvel Cinematic Universe blockbusters mean for filmmakers and the future development of the industry?

Industry Insights: Filming Documentary Subjects in Conflict Zones

Par Lyndsay Knecht

Michael Rowley's 2018 Telluride selection "Hurdle" dives headfirst into creating a documentary about Parkour in an occupied conflict zone.

The Sun is Also a Star: Film Composer Herdís Stefánsdóttir

Par Paula Goldberg

We sat down with international composer Herdís Stefánsdóttir for some insight into her influences, working process, and creative world.

New York vs. Los Angeles: Which City Is Better for Filmmakers?

Par Rubidium Wu

In which we discuss whether New York or Los Angeles is better for you as a filmmaker — and which is more suited for the kind of ...

Industry Interview: Miles Hankins — The Composer Behind “Long Shot”

Par Paula Goldberg

Miles Hankins offers insight into composing for film and television — as well as collaborating with musicians around the world.

Industry Interview: CW Costume Designer Catherine Ashton

Par Paula Goldberg

We had a conversation with costume designer Catherine Ashton about her approach to each character — from color to texture to how emotion influences style. 

The History of Memoji Videos and How to Make One Yourself

Par Lewis McGregor

Learn the origins of memoji music videos and check out our favorite viral hits. Bonus: we show you how to make one of your own.

Industry Interview: “Whiplash” Production Designer Melanie Jones

Par Paula Goldberg

Production Designer Melanie Jones discusses working low-budget on "Whiplash," the color palette of "La Llorona," and recreating the '80s with Mötley Crüe.

Actual Documentary Tips You Can Learn from Popular Mockumentaries

Par Jourdan Aldredge

It has been said that the best way to learn an art form is through imitation. But, the true way to master an art form is to ...

First-Time Filmmakers: Finding No-Budget Locations for Your Production

Par Lewis McGregor

Your location can make or break your film project. Here's how to find the perfect spot to shoot when you don't have a budget.

Interview: “My Dinner with Herve” Composer David Norland

Par Paula Goldberg

We spoke with composer David Norland for some insights into his recent work on "My Dinner with Herve" and how it fits into the range of projects ...

First-Time Filmmakers: How Do You Build a Cast Without a Budget?

Par Lewis McGregor

Getting started in filmmaking isn't cheap, so what can you do when you need actors, but you don't have the budget for them?

The History and Power of Sound Design in the Film Industry

Par Lyndsay Knecht

The history of sound design involves innovations from some of the biggest names in Hollywood. At the 2019 Tribeca Film festival, we heard their stories.

The Universal Language of Music: Interview with Composer Jacob Yoffee

Par Paula Goldberg

Composer Jacob Yoffee may have grown up around the globe, but it’s been the universal language of music that has kept him grounded and connected.

Industry Insights: Behind the Scenes with Editor Nena Erb

Par Paula Goldberg

We went in-depth and behind the scenes with Nena Erb, the editor of Insecure, Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, and Project Greenlight.

Director Carine Bijlsma Got Personal With D’Angelo For “Devil’s Pie”

Par Lyndsay Knecht

Dutch filmmaker Carine Bijlsma's patience and respect paid off for this 2019 Tribeca Film Festival documentary about the reclusive R&B artist D'Angelo.

The Cameras and Lenses Behind the Marvel Cinematic Universe — Phase Three

Par Jack Roberts

Dynamic lighting. Explosive energy. Here are the most popular cameras used throughout the entire Phase Three Marvel Cinematic Universe. 

These Tribeca Docs Will Renew Your Faith In The Power of The Camera

Par Lyndsay Knecht

Incredible portraits of image-makers premiered at Tribeca 2019, and some new documentaries on the schedule affirm the value of intimate storytelling.

Make Your Documentaries Matter with Awe-Inspiring Material

Par Paula Goldberg

We sat down with Joanie and Steve Wynn and Jeff Sandmann for some insight into making meaningful documentaries — and how to find motivation.

The Cameras and Lenses Behind the Marvel Cinematic Universe — Phase Two

Par Jack Roberts

Let's look at the cameras used to capture the entire Marvel Cinematic Universe. In this follow-up to our first article, we'll explore the Phase Two films.

Composer David Schwartz on Veep, The Good Place, and Arrested Development

Par Paula Goldberg

What do Veep, The Good Place, Arrested Development, and Northern Exposure all have in common? David Schwartz — one very savvy composer.

The Cameras and Lenses Behind the Marvel Cinematic Universe

Par Jack Roberts

Let's look at the cameras used to capture the entire Marvel Cinematic Universe. First up, we'll explore the Phase One films.

Tips for Rewriting Your Screenplay Without Starting Completely Over

Par Jourdan Aldredge

Thinking about burning that old screenplay? Consider the following steps for fixing your screenplay without scrapping it completely.

Breakout Director Kat Candler on the Best Festivals for First-Time Filmmakers

Par Lyndsay Knecht

Kat Candler took the time to chat with us about her film festival experiences, including a few that beginning filmmakers should check out.

Industry Roundup: Top Destination Jobs for Videographers

Par Lyndsay Knecht

Interested in seeing the world with your camera? Here are several videography markets for those who prefer to keep moving. 

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