Cinematography

  • Things I’ve Learned As A Moviemaker

    The Art of Storytelling Sometimes you can see better and tell a story better if you are outside a little bit. The...

  • Lucky Breaks

    Since lensing his first feature, Michael Almereyda’s Another Girl, Another Planet, in 1992, cinematographer Jim Denault has become the DP of choice...

  • Things I’ve Learned As A Moviemaker

    Red Planet Shooting the Script You learn to stay true to the page. No matter how hard this movie got in terms...

  • Life on Mars

    Red Planet‘s Antony Hoffman Born in Capetown, South Africa, Antony Hoffman learned the art of moviemaking as a documentarian, shooting guerilla footage...

  • Things I’ve Learned As A Moviemaker

    What I have learned from my filmmaking experience is to trust my instincts. This dates back to when I went to film...

  • Shooting Action

    Finnish director Renny Harlin has been actively making big-budget, action films in the U.S. since the mid-1980s, when he made a splash...

  • In Gear: The Power of Plug-Ins

    If you’re a regular user of After Effects or you do your compositing in other programs such as Combustion, Final Cut Pro,...

  • Internet Distribution: The Big Squeeze

    Web technology may be the great equalizer when it comes to promoting an indie film, but actually delivering your video or trailer...

  • Into Costume

    Many low-and no-budget directors shy away from period or fantasy films for a variety of good reasons, including tough locations, tricky acting...

  • Homemade Gear

    Matt Power shows off his $75 homemade camera crane, which he built five years ago. One of the best motivators for building...