The 6 Most Notable Low-Budget Soundtracks of All Time


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Here are six of the best, most inventive film scores created with little-to-no resources. Listen to these soundtracks and head over to our music library.

25 FREE Unique Vintage Sound Effects for Your Film and Video


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Download rough, classic sounds that are perfect for any retro project in need of that specific analog-style sound to fill the background with.

6 Modern TV Shows and Movies that Mix Genres


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Shows and movies that mix different genres often produce captivating content that feels fresh, pushing the envelope on how stories can be told. Here are some notable …

Remembering the Cinematography of the Late Michael Chapman


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In honor of the late Michael Chapman, let’s explore the high contrast and bright colors of the acclaimed cinematographer behind Taxi Driver and Raging Bull.

The Vaxis Atom 500 lets you transmit video up to 500ft from either HDMI or SDI


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Hot on the heels of yesterday’s Hollyland Mars 400S Pro announcement, Vaxis has now announced their new Atom 500 SDI wireless video transmission system (which still supports HDMI, too) and on paper it looks pretty impressive, offering less than 80ms latency and a 500ft range with internal antennas. The new release is an update to […]

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The Vaxis Atom 500 lets you transmit video up to 500ft from either HDMI or SDI


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Hot on the heels of yesterday’s Hollyland Mars 400S Pro announcement, Vaxis has now announced their new Atom 500 SDI wireless video transmission system (which still supports HDMI, too) and on paper it looks pretty impressive, offering less than 80ms latency and a 500ft range with internal antennas. The new release is an update to […]

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DJI Levels Up the Stabilizer Game Again with the RS 2 and RSC 2


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Two new camera stabilizers for you to drool over as you debate on which one to get. Let’s take a look. DJI has released two new camera …

Mandalorian Miniatures: How ILM Combined Classic Special Effects, 3D Printing, and Modern VFX


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The Mandalorian turns to a tried-and-true special effect — hand-crafted miniature models. Here’s how they did it. While you’ve likely seen the hundreds of articles on how …

Breaking Down the Multifaceted Role of a Showrunner


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A look into the all-important television or streaming program showrunner, and how you can learn from this multifaceted role.

Breaking Down the Multifaceted Role of a Showrunner


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A look into the all-important television or streaming program showrunner, and how you can learn from this multifaceted role.

How Editors Are the True Gatekeepers of Storytelling


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A look into how editors can change the way directors think and can ultimately be the brilliance behind a powerful story on screen.

How Editors Are the True Gatekeepers of Storytelling


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A look into how editors can change the way directors think and can ultimately be the brilliance behind a powerful story on screen.

The Auteur Cinematography of “Peter Andrews” a.k.a. Steven Soderbergh


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Steven Soderbergh has found an under-the-radar way to hone his cinematography while cementing his auteur filmmaker status.

The Auteur Cinematography of “Peter Andrews” a.k.a. Steven Soderbergh


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Steven Soderbergh has found an under-the-radar way to hone his cinematography while cementing his auteur filmmaker status.

The Auteur Cinematography of “Peter Andrews” a.k.a. Steven Soderbergh


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Steven Soderbergh has found an under-the-radar way to hone his cinematography while cementing his auteur filmmaker status.

A Study of Unreliable Narrators Throughout Film History


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Exploring the deceitful history of unreliable narration in film, and how you can use it to subvert audience expectations in your projects.

A Study of Unreliable Narrators Throughout Film History


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Exploring the deceitful history of unreliable narration in film, and how you can use it to subvert audience expectations in your projects.

A Study of Unreliable Narrators Throughout Film History


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Exploring the deceitful history of unreliable narration in film, and how you can use it to subvert audience expectations in your projects.

A Study of Unreliable Narrators Throughout Film History


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Exploring the deceitful history of unreliable narration in film, and how you can use it to subvert audience expectations in your projects.

Filmmaking Fundamentals: Using Blocking to Get Your Scenes Moving


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Directing your first scene? Before you get bogged down in the technical details, take the time to plan out and rehearse your blocking.