Know Your Audience: 6 Tips for Better Connecting With Your Audience

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Whether you’re writing a scene, filming a movie, or simply talking to a friend, there is no skill more valuable than communication. We take it for granted, but communicating an idea to someone is one of the hardest things to achieve. That’s why we need to look at how to know your audience. Think about it: you are taking a … Read More

Best Filmmaking YouTube Channels: 27 of the Top Filmmaking & Video Production Channels

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Learning filmmaking in video form is fantastic. Getting that hands-on, demonstration based approach to learning filmmaking is key. That’s why we’ve put together a list of the best filmmaking YouTube channels. We’ve included both filmmaking and film industry based channels here, as well as some that specialize in video production and the business side of both. Some of these will … Read More

How to Screen Write: 5 Ways a Screenwriting Partnership Worked While Writing a First Movie

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Today, we have an article on screenwriting that teaches you a process of how to screen write. Filmmaker Angela Caito will take you through her process in detail and I’m sure there will be plenty of a-ha moments here! I am Angela Caito and together with Erik Kitchens, the founder of our company 30 Daze Productions, we partnered to write … Read More

How to Make a Comedy Short

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In 2018 we set out to make a five-minute comedy short, but I’ll admit it: being funny is hard.  Trying to write a witty article is also hard. But bare with me, we’ll get there. The Many Faces of Beth Jones is a film set almost entirely in an agent’s office where we see Beth offered multiple disappointing acting roles. … Read More

Cinematic Film Look: 19 Easy Ways to Make Your Films Look More Cinematic

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Most beginning filmmakers all have variations of the same question; ‘How do I make my films look more professional? More, cinematic?’ For generations, filmmakers have asked: How do I get that film look? That’s a good question. After all, nothing’s more discouraging than putting your heart and soul into a project only for it to come out looking like someone’s … Read More

Vlogger Equipment: 7 Gear Items Every Beginner Vlogger Must Have

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YouTube has become a global platform where people share their videos. Making videos and uploading them online was a hobby once, but now many people have begun to choose this is a career. Today, we look at vlogger equipment and what you need to get started. It is also a fabulous way for people to express themselves and their creativity, … Read More