We had such an overwhelming response to the original holiday gift guide, that I just had to come up with even more holiday gift goodness. So, for the first time ever, may I present the ProductionHUB Holiday Gift Guide Part 2. Keep on reading for some more incredible gift ideas along with additional input from ProductionHUB's very own Mike Valinsky, as well as some other highly respected (and familiar!) production professionals.
The tone of an email can easily be misread or misinterpreted. The same is true for translated movie or television content. In fact, it’s one of the biggest challenges that impacts the viewer experience across the globe. Getting content out to the market faster means more consumers can enjoy the titles they want, and content owners can efficiently use and monetize their extensive libraries by giving them an extended life in new markets.
Upcoming filmmakers typically have a number of questions when in the beginning stages. How do I write a good script? What should the next scene look like? How do I make a decent film? Such questions are normal and are recognized as questions that everyone has when undertaking the new endeavor of filmmaking. Thus, this article will talk about the essentials of filmmaking and how they can be mastered early on so that the pathway to professionalism is reached seamlessly.
Darius Holbert is a widely acclaimed composer known for his work on Grey’s Anatomy, Better Call Saul, and American Horror Story. Holbert recently released his latest concert work titled, An American Requiem: Elegy for the West. An artistic commentary on our current social climate, An American Requiem offers Holbert's musical vision of a ‘societal death and rebirth’ which is exhibited through his take on the venerable Requiem funeral mass music that is typically performed by traditional Catholic church communities.
We recently spoke with Ludovica Isidori, the cinematographer of the upcoming thriller film Sanctuary starring Christopher Abbott and Margaret Qualley, which recently premiered at TIFF.
Behind the Lens with DP Jendra Jarnagin
Producer Scott Wilson Uses Blackmagic to Bring Arctic Vets to Life
YouTube Shines the Light on Rising Portland Star Covi.
Re-Recording Mixer Nick Offord Opens Up About Creating the Sounds Behind Paramount+'s The Offer & Hulu's Pam & Tommy
The Art of Pivoting & Why It's Critical in Production
We're guessing it's not so surprising to learn that Florida is a pretty common backdrop for a movie. Many movies were filmed in the Sunshine State, and there's a good chance you've seen some of them. For our today's article, we've put together a list of 6 places in Florida you've seen in the movies – most likely. Feel free to test our assumptions by checking the best movie locations in Miami and Florida as a whole. Also, if you haven't seen any of the movies we're about to show you, there's the next movie weekend right around the corner. Okay, so let's begin!
The concept of television has changed dramatically since 1996, when the UN General Assembly declared November 21 World Television Day in honor of the impact TV has had on our decision-making.
Supervising Sound Editor Damian Del Borrello and Orchestrators Jonathan Beard, Ed Trybek and Henri Wilkinson (collectively known as Tutti Music Partners) recently spoke with ProductionHUB regarding their work bringing the incredible sounds of Tolkien's world to life on Amazon Prime's Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power.
Veteran executive producer and consultant Christina Sibul, has a number of credits including Sideways, Station Agent, Lords of Dogtown, 40 Days and 40 Nights, and her personal favorite, Thirteen, directed by Catherine Hardwicke.
Emily Gunshor is the costume designer for Netflix's 13: The Musical. The Musical is about a 13-year-old, Evan Goldman, who has to move from NYC to a small town in Indiana after his parents' divorce. To make his Bat Mitzvah the party of the year, Evan has to navigate the social complexities of his new town to make friends. 13: The Musical stars Josh Peck, Eli Golden, and Debra Messing which premiered August 12th on Netflix.