FILMMAKING TIPS

INTRO TO WORKFLOW: CARRYING YOUR BABY FROM SET TO SCREEN

INTRO TO WORKFLOW: CARRYING YOUR BABY FROM SET TO SCREEN

Cinematographer Colton Davie’s instructional blog on the basics of workflow and planning ahead when shooting your feature film.

| 11/06/2013 | 0 Comments
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CONTENT REVOLUTION AND THE FIND FORUM

CONTENT REVOLUTION AND THE FIND FORUM

Optimism and practical advice from key players in the independent film world were part of the thought-provoking 2013 Film Independent Forum.

| 10/28/2013 | 0 Comments
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DIGITAL TAPE IS DEAD: BIDDING “ADIEU” TO HDCAM

DIGITAL TAPE IS DEAD: BIDDING “ADIEU” TO HDCAM

Jeffrey Winter of The Film Collaborative shares a realistic snapshot of independent film exhibition formats and says goodbye to HDCAM (and its cousins).

| 09/09/2013 | 0 Comments
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HOW TO SAVE TIME AND MONEY IN POST SOUND

HOW TO SAVE TIME AND MONEY IN POST SOUND

Sound Designer Peter Lago reminds indie filmmakers the best way to save time and money in post sound is to begin with a tight script.

| 07/29/2013 | 4 Comments
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THE INDEPENDENT’S GUIDE TO FILM EXHIBITION & DELIVERY 2013

THE INDEPENDENT’S GUIDE TO FILM EXHIBITION & DELIVERY 2013

Jeffrey Winter of The Film Collaborative offers advice to filmmakers about exhibition formats to plan for when getting your film out into the world.

| 07/11/2013 | 4 Comments
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DO I NEED TO HIRE A MUSIC EDITOR? TOM TRAFALSKI TELLS US WHY

DO I NEED TO HIRE A MUSIC EDITOR? TOM TRAFALSKI TELLS US WHY

Tom Trafalski talks about the role and importance of hiring a music editor on a feature project.

| 05/28/2013 | 2 Comments
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A LITTLE QUIET GOES A LONG WAY

A LITTLE QUIET GOES A LONG WAY

Helpful tips to consider when it comes to production and post production sound from the experts at Monkeyland Audio.

| 12/14/2012 | 4 Comments
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INDIE SOUND ADVICE: 10 TIPS TO HELP WITH ADR

INDIE SOUND ADVICE: 10 TIPS TO HELP WITH ADR

Advice on how to maximize your time on the ADR stage with your actors.

| 12/11/2012 | 1 Comments
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