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Entertaining Safety: The Entertainment Technology Professional’s Guide to Insurance and Risk Management is a comprehensive reference guide that covers the intricacies of insurance policies and general occupational safety, tailored specifically to the needs of entertainment technology/production pros. Entertaining Safety will help even veteran business owners familiar with insurance understand the finer points of protecting their businesses, employees, and the people who enjoy the events their organizations help bring to life. In a nutshell, it will provide production pros with the roadmap to help achieve three major objectives in risk management.
By Paul SimmsEvent-planning can be daunting, and nearly everyone makes mistakes whilst they are learning the basics. However, by taking note of certain advice, you can hopefully make sure that everything runs smoothly and wins all your guests over. If you are in charge of putting on your first ever live event, it’s a good idea to get a firm idea about what you’re looking for and what you’re hoping to achieve as soon as you can.
Rich Schaefer is an award-winning cinematographer with more than 25 years of experience. By delivering stunning images across a variety of entertainment and commercial projects, Rich’s punctilious eye and valued ingenuity makes him a top collaborator and creator in his craft.
Working in the film, modeling, or entertainment industry as a photographer or a camera person requires travel all the time. If your job involves traveling with production gear from one location to another frequently, it can be daunting and even stressful. Filming equipment is costly, and even the slightest bit of damage may prevent it from operating correctly. With that in mind, here is a useful guide that should help you protect your production gear while traveling.
It’s been about 4 weeks since we’ve all been thrown into an unprecedented new way of life and for those of us in the production/entertainment industry, our re-entry back into a working world is still being debated and planned, and likely a few weeks, if not months away yet. And since the shutdown we’ve had to get used to new and different things; a lot of you have had to immediately learn how to home school your kids, and we’ve all had to navigate the quagmire of what is considered essential and what is not, of shopping in near empty markets, and of socializing via Skype, Zoom and FaceTime.
We are back at it again with our 2nd annual PRO 100: the 100 most popular profiles on ProductionHUB! These complete profiles are filled with awesome reels, stellar portfolios and generally inspiring work, and when 6 million people are searching through ProductionHUB, the PRO 100 are the ones getting found and hired.See if you made the list!
With clients like Apple, Marvel & McDonalds, Epic Digital knows a thing or two about how to create a successful business in the animation world. Learn the necessary skills to become a successful animator, tips to break though the industry & more.
It's been said that the way to a man's heart is through his stomach, but as Christopher Walken once said in Hairspray, "the way to a man's heart is through his funny bone." Comedy builds connections, and in advertising, it has the ability to make or break them. The video production and storytelling agency, Workhouse Creative, has just signed two major directors whose work has driven over 82 million views on Funny or Die starring Will Ferrell.
So your big budget flick is greenlit for production - congratulations! But where do you go from here? Though your movie will be remembered for what’s seen on screen, it will be created by the hard work off-screen during - you guessed it - pre-production.