by Zach Daulton, nofilmschool Entering your film into festivals can be a long and emotionally draining journey. As filmmakers, we pour our heart and soul into our films, and by submitting them into festivals we find ourselves in a very vulnerable place. Getting the Congratulations! email from a festival is an amazing feeling that can make […]Read more "4 Ways to Get Your Film Accepted into Film Festivals"
by FilmSourcing.com We share your passion for filmmaking. That’s why we want to share our resources with you for free. Scroll down here to preview / download. (No email collection – just free downloads! Production Document Templates Camera shot list Advanced shot list Casting Sheet Talent release form Location release form Music release […]Read more "Download Pre-Production Documents and Templates, FREE"
November 6, 2015 by CameraGiveaways Whether you are a professional photographer who has been shooting weddings for 25 years or you are an amateur photographer who is just starting off in the business, you must always keep learning and perfecting your craft. No matter what it is you do in life, you should always want […]Read more "5 Tips To Improve Your Video/Photography"
January 16, 2013 by VideoMaker’s Randal K. West How to Make an Effective Demo Reel Demo Reels – we all know we need one and most of us need multiple versions, but what makes an effective and motivating demo reel? Many people use video résumés or demo reels to show their skills to potential employers […]Read more "How to Make an Effective Demo Reel"
By Peter Plantec, Studio Daily September 26, 2012 Can the industry be saved here in the US? Of course it can. Lots of things can be done. The question is, what can a VFX house do to insure its existence for the long term? I’ve been interviewing lots of people, observing successful houses, and also […]Read more "Saving Our American VFX Industry…"
June 21, 2012 by VideoMaker Magazine A handy guide to finding, auditioning and hiring the best performers for your next production. As you increase the production level of your videos, you will arrive at a brand-new challenge – acquiring talent. How do you identify potential personnel for your videos and how do you evaluate those […]Read more "Finding Talent for Videos"
June 15, 2012 by Michael Zhang Videographer Joel Loukus created a continuous ring light source — which he calls the “WreathLight” — using a wreath frame and two strings of Christmas lights. The total cost came out to $24. It’s a cheap and easy way of adding some soft lighting to your portraits. No […]Read more "Building a Cheap Ring Light for that Perfect Shot"