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'Tis the Season for the best Non-profit Videos
December is here and that can only mean one thing: tis the season for hot chocolate, jingle bells, and - in ProductionHUB world - nonprofit videos. So in the spirit of some good ole, Saint Nick-inspired altruism, we’re ringing in the holidays by showcasing a couple of our favorite nonprofit videos. From health care to special needs children, and foster care parents to programs for disabilities, these best-of-the-best videos were designed to inform, inspire and tell a story, and they don’t disappoint.
"Best" in Everything Corporate: Firms, Videos and Equipment
For most people who hear the title "corporate video production", I would imagine that some of the first words that come to mind are boring, dull, stiff, or lame. You'd be surprised to find that some companies are producing corporate videos that are anything, but lame.
3 Reasons to Use Storyboards for Your Business Videos
According to a recent survey, 20% of businesses want to enhance their website design in 2019, and more than half will publish visual content, namely videos.
Meet the Director and VFX Artist, Travis Button, Who's Uplifting Brands Including ASUS, Red Bull, Fiji Water, & Amazon Prime
VFX artist Travis Button's work with his company Hyphenate can be seen across a broad media scope – from television shows including the massively popular Parks and Recreation, to film and advertising spots that feature post-driven concepts.
Women to Watch: These Incredible Women in Production are Blazing the Trail for Others in the Industry
On any given production set, there are a wide variety of jobs that help bring each and every project to life - including editing, coloring, producing, directing - the list goes on. Historically speaking, the industry has been male-dominated. The Celluloid Ceiling Report states that by role, women comprised 18% of directors, 19% of writers, 25% of executive producers, 31% of producers, 21% of editors, and 7% of cinematographers last year. Films with at least one woman director employed substantially more women in other key behind-the-scenes roles than films with exclusively male directors. However, the tides are changing, and quickly. An increasing number of incredible women are assuming these roles and are continuing to have a major impact on the industry as a whole. Each year, we aim to spotlight a few of these incredible women, to help shed a light on their stories, as well as inspire other women to bring their own dreams and talent to life.