by George Edelman Fact: Call sheets are annoying! They’re annoying to make, read, send, hand out, and get. They don’t tell you the whole story of the shoot, and yet a lot of time and energy is put into them. Plus they contain all kinds of information nobody ever needs or uses. Call sheets kinda […]Read more "How to Make a Call Sheet (Without Actually Making One)"
By Kristi Brown Free social media scheduling tools allow users to schedule posts to social media platforms at no cost. We researched 15 social media scheduling tools to narrow them to the top six based on reporting, content types, social media platforms, and ease of use, plus what businesses they’re right for. Read about all six […]Read more "6 Best Free Social Media Scheduling Tools"
by StudioBinder I think you’ll agree that planning a shoot can be a little scary. Perhaps you know the shots you want, but still worry about everything cutting together in post. After all, it is very hard to think of everything on a stressful shooting day. Doing one thing will make sure you get the […]Read more "The Only Shot List Template You Need — with Free Download"
by movieairtime One of the best and most FREE accurate movie and tv show episode tracker apps! Easily track the release date for 1000s of the most popular movies and tv shows in the world. Follow in a nice & clean countdown timer until its airtime. Just search and find your favorite TV show and […]Read more "Airtime – track new movie & tv show releases, free"
by Studio Binder Let’s face it, shooting schedules can be super complicated. Who’s available when? How do we shoot the most expensive elements? It’s easy to forget that a production schedule is as much a psychological tool as it is a logistical one. Here’s how you can schedule a shoot to be a more positive […]Read more "15 Pro Tips to Create a More Encouraging Production Schedule"
February 5, 2015 by Dave Kendricken, nofilmschool Production reports, call sheets, time logs, and schedules are a very necessary aspect of a shoot’s organization. On smaller productions with a limited crew, you may be responsible for producing these documents yourself. Thanks to a developer called ThinkCrew, you now have access to a tool that makes […]Read more "Free ‘Casper’ Spreadsheet Template"
September 22, 2014 by Shotlister Thanks to viewer, Scott Jeschke, for posting! Shot Lister is the only truly professional shot list and scheduling app. Filmmakers can take that crumbled piece of paper out of their back pockets and touch the digital future of shot listing. Now, instead of scribbling over printed out spreadsheets from a […]Read more "Shot Lister, an app to help with your productions"
April 8, 2013 by Dependent Films This is the Dependent Films Download Center. It’s unbelievable 1) how much these files can help, and 2) how hard all of these tools are to find on the net. Thus, this is why we’ve assembled this compilation for all of you aspiring filmmakers out there. Best of all, […]Read more "Tools and Utilities for Filmmakers"
March 16, 2012 TimeMachineEditor is a software for Mac OS X Leopard, Snow Leopard and Lion that lets you change the default one-hour backup interval of Time Machine. You can change the interval or create a more sophisticated scheduling (see screenshot below). This is useful if you don’t need to backup every hour and don’t […]Read more "TimeMachine Editor"