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Breaking Down the Multifaceted Role of a Showrunner

A look into the all-important television or streaming program showrunner, and how you can learn from this multifaceted role.

Mandalorian Miniatures: How ILM Combined Classic Special Effects, 3D Printing, and Modern VFX

Par : Mike Maher

The Mandalorian turns to a tried-and-true special effect — hand-crafted miniature models. Here’s how they did it. While you’ve likely seen the hundreds of articles on how ...

DJI Levels Up the Stabilizer Game Again with the RS 2 and RSC 2

Par : Mike Maher

Two new camera stabilizers for you to drool over as you debate on which one to get. Let’s take a look. DJI has released two new camera ...

Remembering the Cinematography of the Late Michael Chapman

In honor of the late Michael Chapman, let's explore the high contrast and bright colors of the acclaimed cinematographer behind Taxi Driver and Raging Bull.

6 Modern TV Shows and Movies that Mix Genres

Shows and movies that mix different genres often produce captivating content that feels fresh, pushing the envelope on how stories can be told. Here are some notable ...

25 FREE Unique Vintage Sound Effects for Your Film and Video

Download rough, classic sounds that are perfect for any retro project in need of that specific analog-style sound to fill the background with.

The 6 Most Notable Low-Budget Soundtracks of All Time

Here are six of the best, most inventive film scores created with little-to-no resources. Listen to these soundtracks and head over to our music library.

How Pedro Almodóvar Writes a Good “Bad” Character

Pedro Almodóvar endears film audiences with irrevocably flawed protagonists, making him the master of the good "bad" character.

How Filmmakers Can Harness the Power of Method Actors

Exploring the history of method acting and how modern filmmakers can work with this famous approach. Get the insight.

The Different Ways to Expertly Use and Shoot Slow Motion

Here's how you can expertly use slow motion and high frame rate in your film and video projects. Dive in and learn to use it.

Tips from Renowned Cinematographers for Your Next Film

Interested in becoming a noteworthy director of photography? The best place to begin is by studying the great cinematography masters.

Cinematography Tips for Covering Your Master Shot

Let’s explore the all-important "master shot" and how you can use it to tie the rest of your cinematic tapestry together.

An Interview with Michael Pessah, ASC, on Filming a Beach Night Exterior

Cinematographer Michael Pessah discusses the lighting, camera, and overall planning it took to pull off shooting a beach night exterior. Smiley Face Killers is a treatise in …

Filmmaking Gear Highlights of 2020 – Indie Edition

Like most industries, the video gear market was inundated with new gear this year. Here are some select highlights to consider.

Why Every Good Action Film Is Actually a Love Story

From platonic love to romance, Raiders to Terminators, learn why our favorite action-based films are really stories about love.

Film Pacing: 5 Secrets to Keep Your Projects from Getting Stale

Learn more about pacing your story at every stage of production, and how can you use it to keep film and video projects at the right tempo.

What is Mumblecore? A Guide to this Indie Film Genre

The lure of Mumblecore: A look into the naturalistic, DIY styles of this influential subgenre of independent film. At what I would assume to have been a …

Gimbals: The Ultimate Smartphone Filmmaking Accessory

Discover why smartphone gimbals are the top relatively low-cost phone accessory that can help you capture smooth, professional shots.

The Pitfalls of Making A No-Budget Short Film During COVID

While Hollywood and TV have been able to navigate the waters of the pandemic to get productions running again, is it wise for no-budget filmmakers to do …

Why It Doesn’t Matter That WW84 Failed at Storytelling

The Wonder Woman journey has been a long and arduous one. Let's take a look at her history and what brought WW84 to the big screen.

5 Things I Learned From My First Time Shooting 16mm Footage

From loading the camera to adapting old Canon lenses, here's what you need to know about shooting on Kodak motion picture film.

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