Independent film has always faced a difficult challenge when it comes to financing, arguably more so these days. However, there are still plenty of people keeping the faith and the Hollywood Reporter has compiled a list of players who have a strong track record of delivering when it comes to indie film.
Brian O'Malley from Screenplay Readers takes a look at four areas in the filmmaking process which can end up derailing an otherwise great project.
RED has had an 8K sensor available for sometime in the form of the RED Dragon VV, but the announcement of the Monstro represents a significant step forward in both quality and simplification of the workflow.
With iOS 11 hot of the production line, mixed reality agency AfterNow has wasted no time leveraging Apple's ARKit to deliver a free augmented reality tool to help directors compose their scenes.
Using Sidney Lumet's '12 Angry Men', Andrew Saladino from The Royal Ocean Film Society looks at how blocking and staging can add emotion and density to scenes which may otherwise end up rather dull.
The super-talented Craven Moorhaus and Zak Koonce (aka Auralnauts) have created the perfect blueprint for your blockbuster movie trailer.
News that a certain beloved book is being adapted into a movie or even worse, a blockbuster, is concomitantly met with both joy and dismay by the same category of people - the fans.