Behind the Scenes: Making a Graphics Package for Nickelodeon
8 Fonts From Iconic Sci-Fi Films (and How to Choose Your Own)
Editor Zack Arnold uses a combination of productivity apps, habits, exercise, and SaaS software to maintain a healthy and productive work-life balance.
We speak with 5 women from various aspects of the film industry who weigh in on what women must do to succeed in the biz.
The editor for shows such as “Empire” and “Glee” shares wise advice on how to successfully network in Hollywood–even when you don’t know anyone.
A personal interview with the former EVP of Physical Production at Alcon Entertainment, about success and setbacks in Hollywood as a double minority.
The director/editor collaboration is like a romantic relationship. They spend a lot of time together. Here are 6 tips for editors to keep the relationship going.
How to get hired as an editor, from the perspective of the person who’s doing the hiring – covering the reel, scene samples, and how to get rehired.
In our industry, you can be lucky, or you can be consistent. Most of us aren’t lucky, but if you follow some basic principles, you can build a great career.
Tired of the uninspiring corporate video work she was doing in Nebraska, Taylor took a chance that landed her a job cutting A-list music videos in L.A.
After 20 years in the industry, I have seen that there are many ways to fail. But just a few principles can make all the difference in your career growth.
It’s been a really great year for my friend and long time independent filmmaking comrade, Anthony Lucero. A year that was a decade in the making.
While prestige film festivals have historically been the Holy Grail for short films, Internet distribution has changed things forever.
Growing as a filmmaker requires perspective and planning, as well as hard work. Set goals to become a better filmmaker in the year ahead.