The Best Slice of Life Movies

In typical filmmaking, the mundane experiences of everyday life are spruced up in some way. The plot is fused with drama, action, or comedy unlike what normally happens in real life.  Movies often take the normal and boring aspects of living, elevating that with an enthralling sequence of events. A slice of life movie is […]

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How Do You Film Your Day?

Jasmixelli, Tanya Burr, and Zoella are among YouTubers who have successfully led the way on how to vlog. They do it daily taking the audience around what life is like in their shoes. Vlogging is an essential component of video marketing on YouTube. Daily vlogging entails showing viewers the highlights of your day.  You take […]

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How to Use Video to Market Your Restaurant

Video is an important tool for all kinds of digital marketing campaigns. It has been the staple of marketing throughout the 20th century to date. It’s all around us from Facebook Live and YouTube to Tik Tok and Snapchat. With one photo or tweet, any business could get instant visibility with millions of views and […]

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Is 4K Filming that much better than 1080p?

4K or not 4K? That’s the question many videographers ask themselves when they approach any video project. Most editors export videos in 1080p (even if the footage is 4K) so… ❓ Is 4K that much better than 1080p As a producer at a Manhattan video production company, the answer depends on the client. If the […]

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What is Script Coverage and Is It Worth It?

Practice makes perfect. The saying applies to sport, as it does to screenwriting. Moreover, it’s important to practice what works and what does not. You need to identify your weakness and make it better. But to do this, you as a writer would need to know what’s working in your writing and what doesn’t. It’s […]

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What does the Auteur Theory Mean?

❓ Have you ever binged on Quentin Tarantino films and had a deja vu feeling? Like there’s just something very similar with all his movies, even though each movie had its unique plots and characters. It’s not deja vu. It’s a style of filmmaking that only Quentin Tarantino could have made. His films have their […]

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Why a Montage is Important to Film

A montage is a sequence of related events in a film, made by putting together separate motion pictures or stills. It is a fundamental aspect of the trade and tells a story through the rearrangement of images. It is almost like flipping through a photo album of a past life event.  A film montage is […]

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Is It Better to Rent or Buy a Camera?

Are you stranded in a dilemma between renting or buying a camera? We’ll show you how to weigh both sides of the divide for the best way forward. There are many factors to consider so there isn’t one outright clear winner.  The best answer would be that it depends.  ❓ Are you shooting for the […]

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Is the Nicholl Fellowship worth it?

One of the world’s premier screenwriting competitions, the Nicholl Fellowship is the envy of many new writers. It was founded over 35 years ago to hold the hands of new professionals. The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences is charged with its administration. Via the aid of Julian Blaustein and Gee Nicholl, the academy […]

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How to Write a Film Treatment

Most beginners are familiar with a screenplay and what it entails. Those testing the waters generally think screenwriting is all there is but there’s much more to the trade. Film treatment is another piece of the puzzle for professional writers. However, it is an area that many aspiring writers generally have no clue about. We’re […]

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