How To Find Reliable And Talented Film Crew

Sourcing film crew for you project is sometimes difficult. Perhaps you are a director looking for collaboration or a producer hiring on short notice. Regardless of your budget, having a talented film crew will undoubtedly enhance your production’s overall quality. Your crew is after all the force that gets your film made. In this article,

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How To Become A Film Editor

A film editor cuts together raw footage into sequences. To put it another way, editing is the practice of assembling shots in the order in which the story unfolds. This post-production role is regarded as both technical and creative. In this article you will learn further essential details about the film editor career. What Does

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How To Become A 1st Assistant Director

The 1st Assistant Director is the director’s right-hand person. They manage the film crew so that the director can focus on the actor’s performance. Particularly, on larger film sets the more support the director needs, hence the more important this role becomes. This article will breakdown the responsibilities of a 1st AD, together with details

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Artlist Halloween Horror Film Contest

Artlist is a stock music subscription service that costs around $199/year (get 2 months free with our promo code). That price gets you unlimited access to the company’s extensive library of quality music, which it sources directly from indie musicians all over the world. Their subscription also allows for a lifetime use for any project

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How To Sell Stock Footage – 8 Simple Tips

Stock footage is in high demand these days. More and more brands use stock footage in their campaigns and many editors find themselves in need of complementary or replacement shots for a project. Subsequently that means there is a substantial passive revenue stream waiting for freelance filmmakers by selling stock footage. However there’s more to

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Film Set Terminology List

Starting work in the film industry can be both exciting and intimidating. There are so many new things to learn, film has a unique work ethic, etiquette and even it’s own production language. Over the past hundred years, certain slang terms have developed during filming, these terms can alter depending on your country and region.

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Guide To Film Set Etiquette

In this article we look at basic film set etiquette throughout a normal days filming. Student and independent film sets are a fun place to start your film career. However, when you progress to more professional productions you will find that the work ethic and on set etiquette can be a lot stricter than you

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How To Become A Screenwriter

Just how do you become a professional screenwriter? Screenwriting is one of the most desirable job roles in filmmaking, making success within this role especially difficult. The good news is screenwriters are highly paid, taking home an average of 2% of the films overall production budget. In this article, you will learn about how to

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