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With video on the web coming of age, what steps do you need to take to get your footage online?
Even when shopping for a low-end video camera, there are certain features that you should look for.
A Hollywood feature film and a DV documentary are at opposite ends of the budget spectrum, but were edited with the same software.
Oscar-winning editor Walter Murch's In The Blink Of An Eye provides a stimulating read on the practice, theory and future of editing feature film for veteran and new editors alike, even some years since its publication date
Adobeâ€™s Colin Smith offers advice on getting the most out of Adobe Premiere Pro
A little bit of thought and a small outlay on sound equipment can improve the look of your film
A review of The Conversations: Walter Murch and the Art of Editing Film by Michael Ondaatje
To generate publicity for your documentary it doesnâ€™t hurt to stick your neck - or stomach - out. At least, not too far...
Three filmmakers share insights into the process of developing a documentary.
Let maverick film instructor Dov S-S Simens take you to filmmaking bootcamp with his book, From Reel to Deal - Everything You Need to Create a Successful Independent Film