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The Filmmakers Process

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“What if filmmakers didn’t have to “wing it” in order to work their way towards success?”
Film & Television 27th Jul 2017

filmmaking, filmmaking tips, indie tips

Here’s a question for you. Do you follow any kind of process to ensure you’ll be successful as a filmmaker? Or are you just winging it?
Practical Insights Into the Craft & Profession of Cinematography
Technical 29th Nov 2016

filmmaking, filmmaking tips, indie tips, Cinematography

Cinematography is nothing if not an immensely multifaceted craft. And when you add in the challenges of doing it professionally, trying to keep everything in check can feel overwhelming.
How to Write a Compelling Short Film You Can Actually Produce
Screenwriting 28th Nov 2016

screenwriting, scriptwriting

If you’re thinking about writing a short film, or have already written one but feel it needs some work, here are five key tips to consider.
How to Rapidly Improve Your Filmmaking, Find Your Voice, & Build an Audience
Film & Television 9th Jun 2016

Filmmaking Tips, Micro-short Films

William Shakespeare once said that brevity is the soul of wit. Little did he know that he was giving one of the most important pieces of advice for filmmakers in 2016 and beyond.
The Case for Passion Projects, Or Why Working for Free Isn’t a Bad Thing
Film & Television 11th Apr 2016
Why Robert Hardy thinks it’s more than ok to both work for free occasionally and ask friends and strangers alike to help you out on your no-budget “passion project” films.
Quick, Practical Tips for Successful Documentary Filmmaking
Film & Television 7th Apr 2016
Though the processes of documentary and fiction filmmaking share many similarities, there are a few crucial mindset shifts you'll want to make in order to be successful in the world of documentaries.