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Over the past decade, most of the world has adopted some form of loudness legislation for television. This is wonderful news for casual viewers who understandably hate loud commercials, as well as for the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), which received approximately 1,000 complaints and 5,000 inquiries about excessively loud TV commercials between 2008 and 2012. But, for those who work in television post-production, it can complicate matters somewhat.
ProductionHUB announces its “How Not to Screw Up When You Crew Up” panel at the StarLite Film Festival Sun., March 1 at 3 p.m. at the Garden Theatre in Winter Garden (160 Plant St.). Whether you work in production or need to create promotional videos for your business, learn some tips & tricks on hiring crew and vendors for your projects and making the most of your budget.
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.
Seasoned producers are like symphony conductors. They’re the only person on set with awareness for every single part (or instrument) and they know how to bring out the right parts at the right time. While the individual instruments can focus on their individual parts, the best conductors are intimately in tune with every part. They’re like producers, who, before they even set up a project, have the experience to know how long the project will take, what kind of budget will be required, and what kind of team they’ll need to assemble to get the job done. An international shoot can throw even the most experienced professional off balance though. That said, it doesn’t have to be painful.
Portable devices are making quality film production more flexible and affordable than ever before, but which tools should a budding filmmaker have in mind — and why?
The production industry is full of hard-working, super talented individuals who all have a hand in creating some of the most spectacular productions - from film and television, to live events and corporate video - and even more. And some of those individuals are incredibly driven, successful women. We have chosen a few of the hard-working women in the production industry that lend their success secrets, tips and encouragement to other women who are striving to achieve greatness.
$avvy, Robin Hauser’s newest award-winning documentary, investigates the gender dynamics behind money and the cultural and societal norms that have led women to take a backseat to their own finances. In making the film, Hauser was forced to use her own savvy when COVID 19 shut down filming and they had no way to gather the remaining content that they needed to finish the project. The team turned to Adobe Stock to solve the issue, digging through hours of footage to find content that looked authentic and could seamlessly fit into the film.