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A Movie Lover's Guide to Texas
If you are a movie lover, you can use your movie passion to travel and visit some of the best filming cities. Texas, a state larger than many countries, is well-known for its vast deserts, untamed scenery, and unique cowboy culture. Nevertheless, the state's physical characteristics aren't the only thing drawing attention from around the globe. Texas has also served as the setting for a vast number of films and television programs, including everything from thrillers to westerns. Texas provides a distinctive and wide range of locales that have appeared in some of the world's most popular movies. All you need is a movie lover's guide to Texas, whether you're a movie enthusiast or just interested in the state's cinematic past.
Published on Monday, April 3, 2023 10:00 AM
Famous Movie Locations in Miami
Published on Wednesday, May 4, 2022 10:00 AM
Movie Marketing Strategies for Filmmakers and Production
As anyone who’s ever worked on a movie knows, there’s a lot that goes into it. The average person usually has no idea what it takes to create a good film. Filming, acting, and production are just the beginning, of course. Filmmakers need help with financing, producing, promotion, and marketing.
Published on Wednesday, February 13, 2019 10:00 AM
Use Your Movie Passion to Travel: Top Iconic Movie Travel Destinations
Movies educate people and often share stories of the past. If you’re a film lover, then you know how powerful setting is in telling any story on the screen. Directors choose certain locations because they evoke certain feelings in the audience or connect with the past.
Published on Monday, November 26, 2018 10:00 AM
Top 10 Iconic Movie and TV Cars of All Time
There’s no shortage of cool movie characters, but when the car that character drives becomes just as iconic as the character himself, you know you’ve got the makings of a great car.
Published on Friday, February 9, 2018 10:00 AM
An Exclusive with SXSW Docuseries 'The Last Movie Stars' Editor Barry Poltermann
Barry Poltermann is a producer, director, story supervisor and editor, primarily working in documentary. He is also the founder and creative director of the documentary editorial collaborative September Club, which has edited or collaborated on projects such as the Netflix multi-part documentary series "The Disappearance of Madeleine McCann" (Netflix, 2019), "Boys State" (Sundance Grand Prize Winner, 2020) and "Murder Among the Mormons" (Netflix, 2021).
Published on Friday, May 6, 2022 10:00 AM
In From the Cold — The Tools I Used Shooting the Indie Movie: The Windigo
Ask a Filmmaker of any stature, and they will tell you that they never have enough resources (time, budget, equipment), to devote to any project. It’s certainly true for me shooting indie (read: low budget) features. However, for better or worse, it is an area of the business I’ve come to be known for, movies with budgets between half a million and five million dollars. Over a 40+ year cinematography career, I’ve learned a lot of tricks to squeeze maximum production value and good looking images out of meager budgets, making dimes look like dollars on the screen.
Published on Monday, February 11, 2019 10:00 AM
TEEN WOLF Stunt Coordinator on Reuniting with Cast 10 Years later for TEEN WOLF: THE MOVIE & WOLF PACK
Stunt Coordinator and 2nd Unit Director Chris Brewster recently spoke with us about his work on Paramount+’s new Teen Wolf: The Movie starring Tyler Posey and Tyler Hoechlin, as well as the new spinoff series Wolf Pack, which follows a teenage boy and girl whose lives are forever changed when a California wildfire awakens a terrifying supernatural creature.
Published on Wednesday, February 22, 2023 9:00 AM
The Essential Movie Equipment List for Getting Great Moving Shots on Your Next Project
Don’t wait until post-production to solve problems that should be addressed in pre-production. Hasty planning can often result in expensive reshoots. Making sure you have the right gear on-set can save you precious time and money. Of course, you’re going to put a lot of thought into the technical aspects of your production, like which camera, lighting kits, and sound equipment you’ll need. But when you’re planning your movie equipment rental, it’s essential to consider the accessories that will complement such gear. According to many crew and producers whom we’ve worked with over the years, renting the following items often resulted in the smoothest productions.
Published on Monday, February 3, 2020 10:00 AM
Behind Netflix’s “A Madea Homecoming” & The Loud House Movie with Acclaimed Composer Philip White
Acclaimed composer Philip White has a long list of notable works including The Loud House Movie which earned a 2021 HMMA nomination for Best Original Score for an Animated Film, Jexi, A Madea Family Funeral, Nobody’s Fool, Boo 2! A Madea Halloween, and Alex & Me. His latest project Tyler Perry’s A Madea Homecoming which premiered on February 25th, follows the story of Madea as she tried to stop family drama from ruining her great grandson’s college graduation day. A Madea Homecoming represents Philip’s fourth collaboration with Tyler Perry Studios. He is especially excited to have worked on this film because A Madea Family Funeral was supposed to be the last film of the series. For the comedic moments, he relied heavily on the sound of the band. We spoke with Philip about his career as a composer, working at Tyler Perry Studios, his inspirations, or his experiences working for television, film, interactive media, and the concert stage.
Published on Friday, April 22, 2022 10:00 AM
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