Welcome to the 2nd addition of this feature here on Filmmaking Lifestyle, where we chart the best-of-the-best from around the filmmaking and video production world. The article covers the best posts from November 2015.

Every month, I post a round-up article featuring the best things I’ve found around the web on filmmaking and video production.

We’re talking articles, videos, infographics, all sorts. Anything that stands out to me and that I think is worth keeping in an archive, I’m going to include in these reports.

I post these articles at the end of each month, along with all the regular posts you get on Filmmaking Lifestyle as usual.

The Best Posts Of November 2015

This has been another busy month around the web, with plenty of solid content providers delivering sold information as usual, as well as a few up-and-comers stepping up to the plate, too.

I’ve put the links into a number of sections to separate them from each other and make things a little more specific.

Filmmaking & Directing

Pretty cool to see Tim Ferriss interviewing Casey Neistat on how Neistat Breaks Rules, Reinvents Himself, and Gets Thanked For It.

Amy Clarke, of Amy Clarke Films, has an illuminating article (pun intended!) on 6 Examples of Color Theory in Film.

In an interesting interview, Peter Jackson admits that he didn’t given no prep on The Hobbit and actually didn’t really know what he was doing!

If you’re a filmmaker or videographer, you should certainly check out our 24 Things To Right Now To Improve Your Filmmaking Today.

Software & Hardware

News broke this month that Amazon is releasing its own proprietary screenwriting software. Called Amazon Storywriter, the software is cloud based and has most of the same features as big name screenwriting softwares already on the market like Final Draft.

Meanwhile, on the equipment side of things, Hybrid Camera Revolution did a Blackmagic URSA Mini 4K vs. Sony A7s II – side by side test, which will be of interest to anyone considering purchasing either of those two cameras.

Speaking of Sony, a recent announcement by the company in November indicates that they’ll no longer be making betamax tapes. Read more about Sony’s Betamax, long thought dead, officially gets last nail in its coffin.

Video Of The Month

Here’s something cool. A Filmmaker shooting 3 filmmakers while they shoot, edit and show a wedding film all in one day:


Find anything else that was great out there in cyberspace. Drop some links in the comments below!