The team at Park Stories reflects on talent casting, producing, and overcoming obstacles to create a brand-new short film series for Quibi’s launch.
Want to be a better filmmaker? Step one should be brushing up on your film history, and we have UCLA’s Jonathan Kuntz to help us do just that.
Working from home requires a good amount of adaptation, so we compiled some tactics to make the transition just a bit easier.
Why is it important to watch movies made by women? So we can get more of them. Here are 10 films you can watch right now to join the cause.
Filmmaker and YouTuber Will Darbyshire shares his key to success and why following trends is the wrong way to get there.
“They don’t hire you because you’re able to deal with easy situations,” Ray told us. “What sets you apart is being able to deliver high-level products under any situation, not just a good situation.”
Now that the 2020 Oscar Nominations have been released, it got us thinking a little bit. How much weight should we give to these awards? Just ask any filmmaker, and they’ll be able to give you a list of 10+ movies they believe should’ve been nominated. You could argue that it’s the academy’s short-sightedness, but 2019 was also one hell of a year for movies and you could argue it was hard to choose.
While the wedding film industry may seem insulated from other film industries, it’s still one-hundred-percent filmmaking. There are stories, editing timelines, demanding clients, and hard drives full of footage. Yet, a career in wedding filmmaking is also different than any other film career. There’s a steep learning curve to learning how to work with clients, manage, schedules, and stay sane during the infamous “edit season.”
It’s the end of 2019, so it must be listicle time. There are a lot of them out there (trust us, we’ve looked) but, we think our take on the “best of” article is a little different. In our second of three, we’re tackling the best YouTube advice we received in 2019.
The art of being an efficient YouTuber is oftentimes about planning for the unexpected more than anything else. That’s the beauty of the platform, right? You’re capturing once-in-a-lifetime, impromptu moments and shaping them into a narrative. The inherent charm is the fact that it’s not a canned moment. It’s genuine.