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It was a great turnout last night at the Florida Film Festival annual Kickoff party. Not only was the Enzian Theater's Eden Bar packed with new drinks and appetizers, but great locals from the industry too! Whether film enthusiasts, filmmakers or press, all were welcomed with open arms. Special shout-out to Deeb Studios who showed off their new promo for FFF ‘13.
Regardless of whether you’re making a short promo video or a feature-length film, the storyboard is an intrinsic first step in the pre-production of your content. When you start your planning, you need to think of your storyboard as a blueprint - a visual representation, using drawings and illustrations to map out the flow of your content. It is in this early stage that you can create an effective skeleton and solid plan that you and your team agree on. You can hash out details on specific shots, transitions and suggest ideas that will work on film. Coming back to your storyboard will also help with editing and any issues that may arise later in production.
The top industry professionals assembled in Times Square last week for the 12th annual Advertising Week, and ProductionHUB was there! Here are some major takeaways that you need to know for your promotional videos.
R-rated superhero movie, Deadpool, heated up the big screen last month, captivating viewers and fans of the comic book character, whose dark, twisted sense of humor takes him on a search to find the man who nearly destroyed his life. Rodeo FX, a team of creative, passionate people, devoted to VFX, had an extraordinary hand creating outstanding special effects. The studio, led by VFX Supervisor, Wayne Brinton, worked on complex sequences that included grotesque skin alterations, fire, set alterations and more. Wayne talked to ProductionHUB about the process, how he transformed Wade, and the ideas he brought to the table for the film.
Evolve Digital Cinema has two simple goals - to create the best visual media within their power & to always learn, grow and continue to evolve themselves and their work. Evolve Digital Cinema / IMG is a boutique creative production agency that produces digital film, TV, HD Video, Photography and Graphic Design. With a recent Emmy win for a National Geographic video they created, and collaborating with clients such as Disney, FOX and ESPN, this agency keeps getting better and better!The New Nat Geo Explorers :45 from Evolve Digital Cinema | IMG .
Last month, we discussed 5.5 ways smart marketers use animated videos. If you haven’t read that article yet, you should definitely check it out here and be sure to incorporate some or all of those great ways to use animated videos as part of your marketing strategy in 2016 and beyond.
Whenever a year begins, I've always found it beneficial to reflect and prepare for the changes and challenges each new year brings. Today I’m going to focus on something invisible to most, that soon will become a very visible problem. However, with proper planning and awareness, the impact of a problem can often be reduced or eliminated entirely.
MLB, PGA, NFL. What do all three (and more) of these amazing sports organizations have in common? That's simple, the work of Technician Films. Tom Wells of Technician Films in Atlanta tells us how he combats mundane and mediocre television production, with all star, hard-hitting projects, one sporting event at a time.
At the risk of upsetting the visual creatives out there, I’m just going to go ahead and call BS on the idea that when it comes to video, music is only kind of important. Like those guests who are kind of important enough to be invited to your wedding, but then find themselves sitting at the kids’ table.
Everyone today has a smart phone and simple access to upload their videos to websites and social media channels. But skilled video professionals with higher end equipment still reign supreme when it comes to quality. And with the growing need for live video, there are more opportunities and money on the table.