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The New and Non-Actor’s Crash Course: Part Two

Par John Francis McCullagh

In the second installment of our two-part Acting Crash Course, we'll discuss professionalism and what you should expect on set.

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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.

The New and Non-Actor’s Crash Course: Part One

Par John Francis McCullagh

In the first of our two-part series, we'll cover some things you’ll need to know as an actor (or filmmaker) if you're going to be in front ...

The Dolly Shot: How It Works and Why It’s Powerful

Par Charles Yeager

There's nothing more cinematic than a great dolly shot, but they're not always easy to pull off. Learn how dolly shots work technically and for storytelling, and ...

The Lost Joys of Using DIY Filmmaking Equipment

Par Lewis McGregor

We've all been there — solving production problems with creative builds on the cheap. But what else do we gain by building our own DIY equipment?

The Dana Dolly: A Quintessential Cinematic Tool for Filmmakers

Par Tanner Shinnick

Let's take a look at what makes the Dana Dolly such a great piece of equipment — and why you might find it on the set of ...

How to Hire a Film Crew for Your Next Passion Project

Par Tanner Shinnick

Hiring a film crew for your passion project? Here are four tenets to keep in mind to make sure you assemble a successful team.

5 Documentary-Style Lenses for 5 Different Budgets

Par Tanner Shinnick

To find the perfect documentary-style lenses for your next project, we’re going to look at five of the top lenses across multiple budget ranges.

Should You Move Quickly or Take Your Time with a No-Budget Short?

Par Lewis McGregor

Hurry up and film like a crazy person, or take your time? In this article, we examine both approaches to no-budget short film production.

6 Affordable Ways to Capture Great Dolly Shots

Par Logan Baker

Don't blow your entire budget on pro equipment for a dolly shot. From cheaper options to the DIY approach, here's how to get the most bang for ...

How to Mount the Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera 4K on the Ronin-M

Par Lewis McGregor

Here's how you can effectively mount a Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera 4K to the Ronin-M with the CineMilled Dovetail Plate.

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.

4 Quick, Helpful Fixes for Stimulating a Compelling Interview

Par Lyndsay Knecht

When staging an interview, there are obstacles for both the interviewer and interviewee. Here are a few tricks that can make your interview shine.

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. 

Ridley Scott’s Secret Weapon: The Graduated Neutral-Density Filter

Par Rubidium Wu

Capture powerful images with a signature look. In this write-up, we'll look at how a graduated ND filter can make your shots look amazing.

Pre-Production Tips: How and Why to Break Down a Script

Par Jason Boone

In this video tutorial, I go over one of the most important parts of pre-production: how to breakdown a script — as well as why it's so ...

Practical Tips for Avoiding Stress and Saving Time as a Solo Filmmaker

Par Lewis McGregor

Here are some common sense tips and methods to help you relieve stress and save time on your next adventure as a solo filmmaker.

5 Essentials Tools for Your Documentary Camera Package

Par Tanner Shinnick

In this write-up, we’ll take a look at five of the best, highest-quality tools and accessories to make your documentary camera package top notch. 

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.

The Right In-Air Diffusion for Your Project: Haze vs. Fog vs. Smoke

Par Rubidium Wu

Today, we'll take a look at which in-air diffusion best emphasizes dramatic light in your scene — as well as adding production value to your set.

Drawing the Audience’s Eye by Shaping and Cutting Light

Par Rubidium Wu

In this write-up, we'll take a look at cutting and shaping light, why you would want to do it, and the best methods for each budget level.

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.

FiLMiC Inc Launches Annual #FiLMiCFest Worldwide Mobile Film Festival

Par Kevin Bourke

$100,000 in Cash and Prizes at Stake for the Best Mobile Films     Seattle, WA (July 23, 2019)  –  FiLMiC Inc. (www.filmicpro.com) today announced that its annual Mobile Film Festival, #FiLMiCFest 2019 is open and accepting submissions. For this year’s Festival, FiLMiC Inc. has significantly upped the stakes, with over 30 sponsors, $75,000 in filmmaking ...

7 Things You Can Definitely Take Away from Film School

Par Jourdan Aldredge

While many debate the value of film school, let's take a look at a few useful lessons you can definitely take away from the experience.

Why We’re in the Golden Age of Documentary Filmmaking

Par Tanner Shinnick

We’re in the golden age of documentary filmmaking, and these films have now become as cinematically entertaining as their narrative counterparts.

5 Tips on How to Create a Great Short Documentary Film

Par Tanner Shinnick

Documentaries are a right of passage for any filmmaker. In this article, we'll look at five ways you can take your short documentary to the next level.

29 Free LUTs for Video

Par Logan Baker

These FREE LUTs are perfect for professional video editors. Make your footage more cinematic with these free color grading tools.

7 Options to Consider When Choosing Kodak Motion Picture Film Stocks

Par Tanner Shinnick

Kodak offers a wide range of options for film stocks. Here, we take a look at what’s available for your next project — and what you should ...

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