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10 Films That Broke The Technological Mould

The history of cinematic technology is one that is littered with stunning achievements. The film industry continues to be at the forefront of innovation as cinema has championed some of the most awe-inspiring technologies within the visual arts. From 3D to the Steadicam to shooting on an iPhone to CGI – here is our list of […]

5 Metrics Filmmakers and Screenwriters Should Ignore and Why

The world is filled with all sorts of data and databases. The world swarms with experts and consultants who analyse this content called metrics. The metrics of your Twitter, your Facebook, your YouTube and other video outlets. As screenwriters and filmmakers it is easy to be overly impressed by all of this data, all these […]

11 Still Photographers-Turned-Filmmakers

Photographers and filmmakers have a lot in common. They capture images in the hopes of telling a story, inspiring an emotion, or to document a place in time.  Unsurprisingly, there is some overlap in talent within these two professions. The following is a list of notable photographers-turned-filmmakers (and one filmmaker-turned-photographer but we’ll get to him […]

Weekly Production Video Tip #7 – Negative Space

This week in our video production tips, we’re talking about using Negative Space. What is negative space? Simply put, it’s the area around and behind the subject of a shot’s focus. It can be used to create various effects, such as implying at things that are off-screen or creating a certain ‘feel’ for a scene. […]