What kind of film can you churn out after only one day of shooting? This isn't really a challenge, but a serious question: how much do you think you could get done within a 24-hour shooting period? If it was five years ago I'd say, "Psh! Probably not much," but now that there are so many compact, easy-to-use, and inexpensive cinematic tools to help you move your camera, the indie film set has never been more efficient.
After the overwhelming response I got from my previous cinematography breakdown, i've decided to dedicate another week of my life to creating a new one. It's really nice to know that people appreciate what I share here at the blog!
Though Xavier Dolan’s home of origin shares a border with the US, and his home of Montreal is mere hours away from the arthouse hub of New York City, his films have had something of a limited theatrical lifetime in the United States.
Many video producers shy away from motion graphic work, however video editing and motion graphic design share many of the same traits. Don't be afraid to dive in - here are some things to know before you begin.
French cartoonist Lewis Trondheim and Norwegian cartoonist Jason are not only established storytellers within their medium, they are also movie lovers, or so it seems since the two men have started a weekly exercise in storytelling named “2 cases, 1 film” where they each try to sum up a film within two squares, and without revealing the film’s name.
There's more to composition than the rule of thirds. And Fibonacci's not an opera singer. (You're thinking of Pavarotti -- or of Bocelli -- or of no opera singers because why would you be?) The composition is the frame and the arrangement of the elements in that frame. What are the elements of a frame? The mise-en-scène -- everything in the frame that makes up the frame, including everything from the actors, to lighting, to props, to costumes, to composition.
We love talking about tools and technologies, but there's a lot more to filmmaking than cameras and computers. Writer/director/producer Rick Castañeda has made over 30 short films, and just wrapped his first feature. Here, he offers hard-won insights into the practical details of making an independent film.
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