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7 Filmmaking Interviews with Real-World Career Advice

Par Jourdan Aldredge

PremiumBeat revisits seven informative interviews with filmmakers sharing their professional insights into the film and video industry.

Why You Shouldn’t Cut Your Own Director of Photography Showreel

Par Rubidium Wu

In this breakdown, we look at some common pitfalls when cutting a showreel, how to successfully present your product, and why this is so important.

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Editor Tom Jarvis on “Carpool Karaoke” with Paul McCartney

Par Paula Goldberg

Editor Tom Jarvis spoke with PremiumBeat on working The Late Late Show with James Corden and that special "Carpool Karaoke" segment with a childhood idol.

The Video Camera Trends Currently Re-Shaping the Industry

Par Jourdan Aldredge

A look into how digital cameras are continuing to change the landscape of the film and video industry, both nowt and into the near future.

Director Nora Mandray on Using History to Understand the Present

Par Lyndsay Knecht

We spoke with director Nora Mandray about contextualizing history and keeping a complex political timeline vibrant and legible in short form.

Film and Video Game Composer Austin Wintory on Success from Failure

Par Paula Goldberg

PremiumBeat sat down with composer Austin Wintory to discuss his latest project — a collection of his successful failures.

Industry Interview: Emmy-Nominated Editor Vera Drew

Par Paula Goldberg

Emmy-nominated editor and filmmaker Vera Drew sat down with PremiumBeat for a look into her work on "Who is America?" and more.

Grant Korgan and “The Push” on Owning Your Own Reality

Par Paula Goldberg

In The Push, Grant Korgan explores the power of possibility through positivity, and shared with Premium Beat the insight gained through loss.

iSize Technologies talks at IBC on deep neural networks enhancing and accelerate existing video coding standards for internet video

Par Manor Marketing

IBC 2019, 13-17 September, Stand 8.F25 – iSize Technologies, the London-based provider of intelligent video coding and delivery technology, is challenging the industry with a paper at IBC 2019 describing how deep neural networks will enhance and accelerate existing video coding standards for internet video, all without breaking anything in the process. According to iSize ...

Do Studios Release Teasers and Trailers Too Early?

Par Lewis McGregor

Is it possible to hype an upcoming blockbuster too much? Here's what studios face when they release teasers into the market early.

Industry Insights: Editor Matt Friedman Talks “The Farewell”

Par Paula Goldberg

Editor Matt Friedman cuts to the chase on working with Lulu Wang and Awkwafina — and the importance of nailing multicultural projects.

From Favreau to Scott – Filmmakers Who Changed Direction in Post

Par Rory McGregor

Much of a movie’s tone, narrative, and look are decided long before scheduling shooting, and often before writing the script — but not always.

SMPTE Hollywood Section to Address the Transition to Wide Color Gamut at September Meeting

Par Artisans PR

LOS ANGELES —  The Hollywood Section of SMPTE®, the organization defining the future of storytelling, will explore the advent of wide color gamut and its impact on motion picture and television production at its monthly meeting, Wednesday, September 25, at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, Los Angeles. The wide color gamut provided ...

NAB Show New York: The Perfect Gathering For Industry Professionals

Par Andres Benetar

  The radio industry is without a doubt a challenging, yet equally innovative giant of massive communication and creative integration for the many radio professionals who have a voice and a means of sharing it on a grand scale of technological efficiency. As the voice of the Nation’s radio and television broadcasters, NAB (National Association ...

Interview: “The Man in the High Castle” Cinematographer Gonzalo Amat

Par Paula Goldberg

From The Man in the High Castle to Happy!, Cinematographer Gonzalo Amat shares the who, what, and why behind the production's creative choices.

Interview: Composer Chad Cannon on the Obamas’ Higher Ground

Par Paula Goldberg

Composer Chad Cannon talks about his work, including the first project from Barack and Michelle Obama's Higher Ground Productions, American Factory.

Interview: Cinematographer Todd Banhazl Talks “Hustlers”

Par Paula Goldberg

Strippers as athletes, sexuality as a means to power — dynamic cinematographer, Todd Banhazl, discusses crafting the look of STX Entertainment’s "Hustlers."

How DPs Make the Shift from Commercials to Features and Back Again

Par Rubidium Wu

Can you develop skills shooting commercial work that'll serve you well on feature films, or do you have to start from scratch?

Interview: “Long Gone By” Director Andrew Morgan and Star Erica Muñoz

Par Paula Goldberg

We had the opportunity to chat with filmmaker Andrew Morgan and star Erica Muñoz about "Long Gone By," a very timely and emotional drama.

FilmLight presents Colour On Stage at IBC2019

Par Caroline Shawley

  Free programme expanded to two days to provide greater opportunities to see industry leaders in finishing demonstrate their craft   LONDON — 13 August 2019: At this year’s IBC, FilmLight (stand #7.A45) is hosting the free two-day seminar series, Colour On Stage, on 14-15 September 2019. The event provides an opportunity for visitors to ...

Industry Insights: “Better Call Saul” Production Designer Judy Rhee

Par Paula Goldberg

Production designer Judy Rhee shares insight on how collaborating with others creates inspiration in the projects she designs.

PG vs. R Ratings: What’s the Difference for Summer Action Films?

Par Lewis McGregor

A film's rating ensures a certain kind of audience. Here, we discuss the logic and thought process behind making a summer action film.

Industry Interview with John Downer of Discovery’s SERENGETI

Par Tanner Shinnick

PremiumBeat spoke with John Downer about his new nature documentary SERENGETI, following different species of animals throughout Africa. 

From Jason Bourne to Indiana Jones, This Is the Secret to Better Action Scenes

Par John Francis McCullagh

Learn how to create a more cohesive action sequence when dealing with hand-to-hand combat, as well as long-range action scenes.

CGI, 3D Scans, and Live Action with the Image Creators at Saddington Baynes

Par Paula Goldberg

We sat down with image creators Andy White and Alex McDonald to discuss technical processes, personal workflow, and the future of the industry.

Industry Interview: Gotham Chopra on Following Stephen Curry for Facebook Watch

Par Lyndsay Knecht

Filmmaker Gotham Chopra talked to us about letting story dictate form, producing intimate docs on winners, and breaking down the "anatomy of greatness."

Industry Insights: Production Designer John Paino Tells Big Little Lies

Par Paula Goldberg

We spoke with evocative production designer John Paino about his style, his working relationships, and his creative influences.

Genre Insights: 5 Things You Need to Make an Action Movie

Par Jourdan Aldredge

If you’re looking to dive into the ultimate film genre, here are five things you need when making an action short or feature.

Aputure Releases the 300D II — with Lantern Attachment

Par Robbie Janney

The much-anticipated successor to the highly successful 300d LED light fixture, the 300d II comes jam-packed with new features.