Pro Cinematographer On How Camera Movement Can Make A Shot Worse – Brad Rushing

Brad Rushing, Cinematographer: Camera movement does not automatically make a shot better, it can make a shot worse.

Why Movie Franchises Fail – Chris Gore

Chris Gore, Founder/Owner of FilmThreat/Author/Filmmaker: I actually think that part of the reason that Peter Jackson's original...

I Made 5 Movies While Working A Minimum Wage Job – J. Horton

J. Horton, Filmmaker/Youtuber/Podcaster: I would be working, doing a shoot and we’d finish at three or four in...

A Director’s Guide To Working With Actors – James Cullen Bressack

James Cullen Bressack, Filmmaker: I imagine every character is a blank canvas and what I do is...

What They Will Never Teach You In Film School – Shane Stanley [FULL INTERVIEW]

Film Courage: Toward the end of your book What You Don't Learn in Film School you have...

What Filmmakers Don’t Understand About Distribution – Glen Reynolds

Glen Reynolds, Founder of Circus Road Films: And in those cases many filmmakers just don't understand what...

How To Direct The Best Acting Performance – Dan Attias

Dan Attias, Director, Producer and Author: So we light the master and we get ready to call...

Every Artist Must Learn How To Quit – Pete Chatmon

Pete Chatmon, Director/Podcaster/Author: I hated that job because I probably made 50-to-100 phone calls a day, but when...

How Shaun Paul Piccinino Became A Movie Director In Hollywood [FULL INTERVIEW]

  0:00 - Do You Risk Moving To Los Angeles When Your Plan Falls...

How A Filmmaker Puts Financial Freedom In Their Own Hands – Joston Ramon Theney

Joston Ramon Theney, Screenwriter, Author, Director, Producer: And when the movie came out it was instantly great, I...
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