Today, I want to talk about a slightly controversial issue. How to dress on set. A lot of people have an issue with clothes and dressing properly because it’s so linked together with looks. Looks is a controversial matter that I don’t want to get into too deeply here. By looks, I mean everything about the way someone looks – a … Read More
Today I want to jump into something that’s slightly controversial. There’s a little known mindset shift that’s used in a few business and personal development fields that I think can really help people with their filmmaking and videography. Okay, I lie – it’s fairly well known in some circles, most notably the health & fitness industry. In fact, there are … Read More
So, on this crazy journey, I’m seeing more and more the importance of SIMPLICITY. Having ONE gameplan that you can reflect on before working – be it on screenplay, film, your distribution plans, etc.
Your structure – be it habits, or frames or states of mind that you want to be in. This is a simplified
This is Part II of our Guide For Indie Filmmakers. Don’t forget to check out Part I right here! Although a little dated now, this is still a very relevant article and still a cornerstone piece on this site. It’s also a very long read. Edit 2015: As mentioned in the first part, this is a guest post by Adam Rench and … Read More
Today is the start of a series I’m doing on Indie Filmmaking. It’s going to be two (fairly long and detailed) posts on the entire process of indie filmmaking, covering all aspects and lots of product recommendations. Edit 2015: It’s a guest post by Adam Rench and was written a while back. Some of the product recommendations are slightly outdated now, … Read More