Remote locations. Lots of movies have them. Whether it’s going to New Zealand to film (I wish) or the park a few minutes away; be it in a European castle or a friend’s basement, getting from Point A to Point … Read More
Category Archives: Tips and Tricks
A while ago, I did a series of posts about custom iDVD menus. At the end of the article, I mentioned that there were several little tricks that I didn’t cover. Well, here are five iDVD tricks that I’ve found … Read More
It is very important to get input on your movie from somebody that you trust. iSundae II was finally shown on a TV screen just this past week, to the get input on what we could do to improve it … Read More
How many times have we, as filmmakers, longed for fancy props, elaborate sets, or even just enough space to film in? Well, here is a list of tips that can work wonders.
Read any book, ask any pro, and you’ll be told that showing it is better than saying it in most cases. If you can get the story across without saying a word, you generally end up with a more compelling … Read More