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Whether you need one camera operator or a full crew, our Production Managers will work one-on-one with you to make sure you have every position filled in time for the cameras to start rolling. Sit back, and let us do the crewing so you can focus on the important details.
When you’re managing a media department, you’re expected to be everywhere at once. It's not enough to keep up with the newest gear; you have to make important decisions in the marketing, finance, and crewing departments, too. On those long nights when you’re crunching the numbers to see if you’ll ever be able to hire a little extra help to get it all done, rely on your virtual (and free!) assistant-CrewCloud.
Since the 1980s, few industries have gone through quite the level of transformation that video production has. Thanks to technological advances, run-and- gun DSLRs with tiny digital memory cards have replaced the nearly stationary equipment and VHS tapes of yesteryear. And that’s just the camera gear. Everything from the way people shoot and store video to how clients find video service providers has been turned upside down.
Gear failures, budget busters, scheduling snafus-video productions are rife with opportunities for things to go wrong. Whether you’re putting together your first small shoot or the 100th episode of a major television program, some scheduling and budgeting tricks can make any production smoother. We asked CrewCloud Manager Ashley LaRocque-formerly a post supervisor for network TV-to share some simple but hard-earned wisdom on ways to save time, money, and headaches.
What makes a great horror film? Suspense, eerie music, dim lighting... the list can go on and on. Orange St. Films, a full-service, video production company started in 2008, with clients all over the world, has perfectly executed horror with the latest film - The Terrible Two. Writer/Director Billy Lewis took us behind-the-scenes of how Orange St. Films put together a production, from everything to location, production crew, casting, and even promotion.
Seasoned producers get into a rhythm. Before they even set up a project, they have a decent idea of how long the project will take, how much money they’ll spend, and the team they want on the job. But make that shoot international and you’re sure to throw off even the most experienced professional. That said, hiring international crews doesn’t have to be a painful experience.
Eighty two film industry professionals stand in protest to represent what they describe as pervasive gender inequality in the film industry at Cannes on May 12, 2018. Since the Cannes Festival was created, 82 films directed by women have been included in the official competition, while 1,645 films directed by men were selected.