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Ultimately, as filmmakers we would all rather spend our time & energy doing something creative rather than tearing our hair out putting in long hours to “fix” the problems incurred during production. That being said, this is a list of tips we’ve compiled over the years to help streamline both your production and post-production.
The cinematographer behind the second season of the hit Netflix series GLOW and the breakout Hulu drama/comedy Ramy, Adrian Peng Correia, has worked on a variety of television and film projects. He talked to ProductionHUB about his Emmy-contending work on these shows.
Music licensing commonly refers to 'royalty free music' or 'production music'. This is music that has been written and produced with the sole purpose of being used in another project. Anyone can then license this music for a fee, to use in their project.
Here's something you're going to learn in film if you haven't already: NOTHING goes as planned. If things go 80% according to plan, you may just be working in a big-budget Hollywood studio! Or not; things don't go as planned for the "big dogs" either — consider Apocalypse Now. I work with many productions in South Florida with Moving Picture Rental — and if anywhere is unpredictable, it's Florida. Here are some things I've learned along the way.
Red Giant chats with Sandwich Video’s Adam Lisagor (founder, president), Zach Hobesh (head of post) and Jeff Hodges (post coordinator) - here’s what they have to say about producing commercials for some of hottest startups on the scene.
The industry continues to grow more and more each year with women filmmakers stepping into critical roles, from directing to camera operation, production design and editing. Each year, ProductionHUB celebrates a few incredible women in the field by highlighting their accomplishments, their stories and advice they have for other women in the industry.