“A music stop is the stopping of the music to underline, highlight or draw attention to a particular line of dialogue, joke or visual.” … More The Most Powerful Trailer Editing Technique You Could Ever Learn
Robert Rodriguez Will Give You $7,000 to Shoot a Feature in 14 Days Well, Robert Rodriguez will give you that money to make a film, to see if you can do it like he did years ago. Twenty-five years ago, a young kid from Texas came out of nowhere to produce one of the … More Can You Make a Feature Film in 14 Days for $7k?
“People using Media Composer First are going to get the full Avid editing experience, but in a way that is more approachable than ever before.” … More Avid Finally Drops Free Media Composer Software — Here’s What to Expect
Reposted from MOMMAOnline.com September 30, 2016 by Steve Olson The third annual Missouri Stories Scriptwriting Fellowship Program is seeking Missouri-set screenplays and TV pilot script submissions for its competition fellowship program sponsored by the Missouri Film Office and the Missouri Motion Media Association. Participants need not live in Missouri to enter, but the scripts and pilots … More Missouri Film Office Scriptwriting Fellowship 2016
Instead of having a formal gathering this month, let’s get out and support our fellow filmmakers at the Cinema St. Louis St. Louis Filmmakers Showcase. Shorts Programs, Feature Films, Documentaries — it’s amazing how much film production happens in St. Louis. You can find the whole schedule HERE. Pick some films you plan on seeing, … More St. Louis Filmmakers Showcase
By Jason Brubaker If you’re like most filmmakers, you’re not thinking about marketing your movie. This is probably because you don’t yet have a movie. So why would you think about marketing your movie before you make it? But that thinking is lazy and wrong. You are creating a product. Your product is your movie. … More Five Tips for Marketing Your Movie (Before You Make It)
I had a meeting years ago with a couple of lighting techs… after speaking with them for a few hours about lighting, they then turned to me and summed things up by saying “but you know one of the most important elements in making a good film is your sound.” This has always stuck with … More Making SOUND Decisions